Graduate study in Computer and Information Technology (CIT) is an exciting way to expand your technical knowledge, gain new skills in research, and advance your career. The program provides you with a solid base in data-driven decision-making coupled with a strong core in advanced IT.
The CIT graduate program is taught by outstanding faculty who are actively involved in cutting-edge research. Many research projects are interdisciplinary, involving collaboration with schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Information, and Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
The department's research laboratories are well equipped and available to its students for their advanced projects and research. These laboratories are supported by a wide range of research grants from government agencies, industry, and private foundations.