Valparaiso University

Computer and Information Sciences graduate Programs at Valparaiso University

Valparaiso University offers 1 Graduate degree program

1041 students have been enrolled Valparaiso University in graduate programs

Composition of students population for Computer and Information Sciences

Masters degree in Computer and Information Sciences awarded to 226 students
International Students 223
Female students 50

Tuition

Computer and Information Sciences Graduate program Tuition for in state students $11,340
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Computer and Information Sciences Graduate Program $11,340
Electrical Computer Engineering Laboratories
computer-science

The Electronics Laboratory provides students with a solid foundation in the analysis and design of analog circuits such as amplifiers, filters, and power supplies. Students use electronic testing and measurement equipment in several laboratories in the freshman through the senior years. Measurements can be collected automatically or manually using state-of-the-art oscilloscopes and computer data acquisition cards. Students theoretical concepts and implement designs from circuits and electronics courses.

The Valparaiso Scientific Visualization Lab (SVL) is dedicated to introducing visualization in the education of students in all areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

With the continued improvement in computer and projection technology, a number of low cost visualization systems are now available to educational institutions. With the availability of these systems comes the need to develop visualization applications that can be integrated into existing courses. The focus of SVL is to develop visualization applications and to help educators understand how visualization can be used to help students learn complex topics.

The group is directed by the electrical and computer engineering department in the College of Engineering at Valparaiso University. Other departments within the Colleges of Engineering and Arts and Sciences collaborate on the development of visualization applications that are integrated into the curriculum.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0311088.

Engineering Software
computer-science

This page consists of two sections. The Lab Softwaresection lists software programs that are made available for students to use in laboratory spaces. The Student Software section details software that students may download and use on personal computers.

Microsoft Office 2016 Professional PlusMATLAB 2018a LabVIEW 2018SolidWorks 2018 SolidCAM 2018 Mint WorkBench 5.8.50.0003 RobotStudio 5.15.02 Arduino IDE 1.6.11 OrCAD PSpice 17.2 Code Composer Studio 6.1.0.00104 Engineering Equation Solver (EES) Notepad 6.9.2 Logic Friday 1.1.4.

Gellersen 150 (Red Lab) The central computing lab in the Gellersen Center for Engineering and Mathematics, this space includes software for all engineering disciplines and math students.

Gellersen 159 Also known as the Electronics Lab, this space is used by Electrical and Computer engineering students.

Gellersen 162 Also known as the Digital Systems Lab, this space is used by Electrical and Computer engineering students.

Computer and Information Sciences is projected to grow 12 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than average for all occupations. Growth is expected due to the increasing use of integrated care. Median Pay for Computer and Information Sciences in 2016 was 135800$. The number of jobs were 352510.


Jobs, Salaries and Career after Masters in Computer and Information Sciences