The Department of Mathematicas and Computer Science
Academics

 
Master of Science in Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity


The Master of Science in Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity integrates criminal justice studies with computer sciences and computer forensic training. Graduates will possess the knowledge to conduct and manage forensic investigations involving digital devices and electronic crime; help organizations protect their computer systems; the capacity to train others; to guide and consult in cybercrime investigations and computer security; to solve new problems as they emerge; and to serve as leaders in the field. ( Prerequisites & Requirements, Admissions Information, Getting Started)

Director: Richard Lovely, rlovely@jjay.cuny.edu, 212-237-8685 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information Security
For students who enter John Jay Fall 2014 or later, optional for students admitted prior to Fall 2014


A new undergraduate computer major goes into effect at John Jay in fall 2014. The new program stresses computer security and information security. Students who enter John Jay in fall 2014 or later must take the schedule of courses in the new major. Those who entered before fall 2014 may follow the prior program or opt for the new program. Consult with a major advisor if you have any questions as to which program to follow. ( Prerequisites & Requirements, Admissions Information , Getting Started, Four Year Advisement Plan)

Coordinator: Sprios Bakiras, sbakiras@jjay.cuny.edu, 212-484-1181, rm. 6.65.19

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems in Criminal Justice and Public Administration
The major in computer information systems in criminal justice and public administration focuses on software development, information systems design and the modeling of public systems using the techniques of operations research. In addition to fulfilling basic requirements in computer science, operations research and mathematics; students must complete an applied specialization computer applications in either criminal justice or public administration. ( Prerequisites & Requirements, Admissions Information , Getting Started, Four Year Advisement Plan)

Coordinator: Sprios Bakiras, sbakiras@jjay.cuny.edu, 212-484-1181, rm. 6.65.19

Minor in Computer Science
Computers are the future. By learning to use a computer, students are securing their tomorrows. Good computer skills will build self-confidence and increase students marketability and competence in their chosen fields. The minor in computer science will build self-confidence and increase students marketability and competence in their chosen fields. Four specializations are offered within the minor: Networking, Office Systems, Security, and Computing Systems. ( Prerequisites & Requirements, Admissions Information, Getting Started)

Coordinator: Shaobai Kan, skan@jjay.cuny.edu, 646-557-4866, rm. 6.63.20

Minor in Mathematics
Mathematics provides excellent preparation for entrance into many quantitative and high-technology careers. Some of these include the actuarial field, financial analysis, and work in cryptography. The minor will enhance the understanding of quantitative disciplines such as the social sciences, physics, chemistry, and biology.( Prerequisites & Requirements,  Admissions Information, Getting Started)

Coordinator: Hunter Johnson, hujohnson@jjay.cuny.edu, 212-237-8846, rm. 6.63.19
 
Douglas Salane, Chairperson
524 West 59th Street, Room 06.63.06NB, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212.237.8836, Email: dsalane@jjay.cuny.edu