Welcome to the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction
The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction offers undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science, information science, information systems, information technology, civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and construction management. These programs will help prepare you for a career or further study.
Programs of study
|SCHOOL OF COMPUTING
||SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
|Computing and Information Sciences - Computer Science, BS
Computing and Information Sciences - Information Science, BS
Computer and Information Sciences - Information Systems/Business
Computing and Information Sciences - Information Technology, BS
Computing and Information Sciences - Computer Science, MS
Computing and Information Sciences - Information Systems, MS
Computing and Information Sciences - Software Engineering, MS
Director and Professor
|Civil Engineering, BS
Electrical Engineering, BSEE
Mechanical Engineering, BS
Coastal and Port Engineering, MSCE
Civil Engineering, MSCE
Electrical Engineering, MSEE
Mechanical Engineering, MSME
||ACCELERATED BS/MS COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM
|Building Construction - Residential Construction, BS
Building Construction, BS
Professor and Chair
Director and Professor
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SCHOOL OF COMPUTING
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Meet the Dean
As the Dean of the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction, I am thrilled that you would like to study in one of our areas of specialty.
The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction offers exciting, challenging and engaging degree programs that lead to highly rewarding careers. We provide the type of hands-on technical education needed to navigate the challenges of the new knowledge-based economy and build a successful and prosperous future while developing a sense of community responsibility and global awareness. Our students and faculty work on many exciting projects that make a real difference in our world, from designing rainwater harvesting system for a children's home in Ghana to building a computer system that helps provide healthcare to those less fortunate in the Jacksonville community.
Mark A. Tumeo, Ph.D., J.D., P.E.
Dean, College of Computing, Engineering and Construction