Faculty in the Division of Information Technology & Sciences

All of our programs link theory and practice through hands-on learning, and you will study with professors who coach you to succeed.

Majors in the Division of Information Technology & Sciences:  Computer & Digital Forensics, Computer Information Technology, Computer Networking & Cybersecurity, Computer Science & Innovation, Game Programming, Radiography (AS)

If you have questions about your future major, feel free to contact a faculty member who teaches in the major in which you are interested. Below, you will find a listing of our full time and part time faculty, and as you click through to their individual profiles, you will find all their program affiliations, educational credentials and contact information.

Graduate Programs in the Division of Information Technology & Sciences: MS in Digital Forensic Management, MS in Digital Forensic Science

If you have questions about one of our Master's programs, please visit our Graduate Studies site.

Interim Dean, Division of Information Technology & Sciences

Robert Marino
Office: (802) 860-2751
Division Dean