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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    Doctoral Certificates Collaborative Academic Calendars Tuition and Fees Admissions M S and Certificate Requirements Ph D Requirements FAQ s Pre Admission Assessment Open Houses and Events Faculty and Staff Faculty Adjunct Faculty Staff Research and Scholarly Work Scholarly Works Working Papers Poster Sessions Dissertations Institutional Review Board IRB Center for e Learning Security Research News GSCIS News Internships secure Professional Meetings Events Professional Opportunities secure Alumni and Giving Welcome Profiles of Excellence Support GSCIS Alumni Relations NSU Career Development Professional and Student Organizations ACM IEEE UPE Honor Society A National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education Welcome to the Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences GSCIS at Nova Southeastern University NSU GSCIS provides educational programs of distinction to prepare students for leadership roles in information technology Its strengths include a distinguished faculty a cutting edge curriculum and flexible online and campus based formats for its six M S and four Ph D programs as well as for its graduate certificate programs The school s faculty members are leaders in their fields and are active in teaching and research over a range of disciplines The school s research conducted by students and faculty advances knowledge improves professional practice and contributes to understanding in the computer and information sciences The National Security Agency NSA and the Department of Homeland Security DHS has certified NSU s curriculum in information security for compliance with the requirements and standards of the Committee on National Security Systems CNSS Certifications included concentrations in information security in our master s and doctoral programs All programs enable working professionals to earn degrees without interrupting their careers The school also welcomes full time students whether on campus or online On campus evening master s degree programs are tailored to meet the needs of South Florida residents Online

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    D Professor 954 262 2072 800 986 2247 x22072 email cohenm nova edu website scis nova edu cohenm Course Schedule Research areas Human computer interaction multimedia usability engineering human factors database systems distance education Laurie P Dringus Ph D Professor 954 262 2073 800 986 2247 x22073 email laurie nova edu website scis nova edu laurie Course Schedule Research areas Human computer interaction group support systems usability engineering online learning environments learning theory distance learning Timothy J Ellis Ph D Professor 954 262 2029 800 986 2247 x22029 email ellist nova edu website scis nova edu ellist Course Schedule Research areas Advanced Learning Technologies with emphasis on Multimedia instructional design eLearning mLearning Computer supported collaborative learning Knowledge management with emphasis on Foundations of knowledge and KM Knowledge conversion Knowledge transfer Michael J Laszlo Ph D Professor 954 262 2076 800 986 2247 x22076 email mjl nova edu website scis nova edu mjl Course Schedule Research areas Computer graphics data structures and algorithms software engineering programming Yair Levy Ph D Professor 954 262 2006 800 986 2247 x22006 email levyy nova edu website scis nova edu levyy Course Schedule Research areas Security and ethical issues with Web based and e learning systems cyber security skills value of information systems and e learning systems Wei Li Ph D Associate Professor 954 262 2068 800 986 2247 x22068 email lwei nova edu website scis nova edu lwei Course Schedule Research areas Computer security network security software engineering artificial intelligence database systems Marlyn K Littman Ph D Professor 954 262 2078 800 986 2247 x22078 email marlyn nova edu website scis nova edu marlyn Course Schedule Research areas Broadband communications technologies next generation networks ad hoc networking grid computing enterprise network solutions eLearning network security Peixiang Liu Ph D Associate Professor 954 262 2088 800 986 2247 x22088 email lpei nova edu website scis nova edu lpei Course Schedule Research areas Computer networks QoS routing database systems machine learning Tom MacFarland Ed D Associate Professor 954 262 5395 800 986 2247 x25395 email tommac nova edu Research areas Institutional research assessment of student learning outcomes Federal data resources K 12 computer science education Francisco J Mitropoulos Ph D Associate Professor 954 262 2013 800 986 2247 x22013 email mitrof nova edu website scis nova edu mitrof Course Schedule Research areas Programming languages data structures software engineering object oriented design Sumitra Mukherjee Ph D Professor 954 262 2079 800 986 2247 x22079 email sumitra nova edu website scis nova edu sumitra Course Schedule Research areas Artificial intelligence decision support systems knowledge based expert systems database security database management economics of information systems James Parrish Ph D Assistant Professor 954 262 2043 800 986 2247 x22043 email jlparrish nova edu website scis nova edu jlparrish Course Schedule Research areas Knowledge management systems social engineering decision support systems IT strategy Souren Paul Ph D Associate Professor 954 262 2047 800 986 2247 x22047 email spaul nova edu website scis nova edu spaul Course Schedule Research areas Virtual

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    Program Announcements Registration for Winter 2013 has started NEW Special Topics Courses in iOS Android Programming Data Visualization and Cloud Computing Professional Opportunities Updated 12 14 2012 Local Professional Meetings and Events Updated 12 14 2012 Access Microsoft Dreamspark applications using your NSU identity The M S degrees are designed to give students a thorough knowledge of their field and to provide an enduring foundation for future professional growth Each program blends theory and practice into a learning experience that develops skills applicable to complex real world problems Online and on campus formats offer full time students the opportunity to earn the degree in 12 months and working professionals the opportunity to earn the degree in 16 24 months M S in Computer Information Systems focuses on the information technology foundations of computer information systems including areas such as database systems human computer interaction data and computer communications artificial intelligence information security computer graphics and software engineering Optional concentration in information security M S in Computer Science prepares students for advanced study in computer science building on a foundation in theory and systems Beginning fall 2012 concentrations are available in theory computer systems software engineering security database and real world computing M S in Information Security addresses the rapidly growing global problems of maintaining and securing computer information The program is recognized by the National Security Agency NSA based on its certification of the school s curriculum for compliance with NSA national training standards M S in Information Technology allows students to span the IT spectrum providing for concentrations in information technology or security management information systems security educational technology and software development M S in Information Technology in Education meets the needs of educators trainers administrators technical support staff and developers working in the public or private sector Optional

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    With the exception of students in the computing technology in education program students taking courses attend four cluster sessions per year held quarterly over an extended weekend Friday Saturday and half day Sunday at the university Students in the computing technology in education program attend two four day sessions Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday per year These sessions bring together students and faculty for participation in classes seminars and dissertation counseling and provide ample opportunity for student faculty and student student interaction Between sessions students work on course assignments and research and participate in online activities that facilitate frequent interaction with the faculty and with other students Ph D in Information Systems DISS This program offers a course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Ph D in Information Systems or the Ph D in Information Systems with Concentration in Information Science or the Ph D in Information Systems with Concentration in Information Security The program is especially well suited to professionals working in areas such as information system planning information security systems analysis and design project management information system administration information science or software engineering Optional Concentrations in Information Security or Information Science Ph D in Computer Science CISD This program offers a course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Ph D in Computer Science The program is especially well suited to those in industry education or government who are involved with one of the many areas of computer science and information technology Ph D in Computer Information Systems DCIS This program offers a course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Ph D in Computer Information Systems or the Ph D in Computer Information Systems with Concentration in Information Security The program is especially well suited to information

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    Computer Labs Computer Museum Graduate Catalog Contact Us Community Outreach Visit Us Academic Programs Master s Doctoral Certificates Collaborative Academic Calendars Tuition and Fees Admissions M S and Certificate Requirements Ph D Requirements FAQ s Pre Admission Assessment Open Houses and Events Faculty and Staff Faculty Adjunct Faculty Staff Research and Scholarly Work Scholarly Works Working Papers Poster Sessions Dissertations Institutional Review Board IRB Center for e Learning Security Research News GSCIS News Internships secure Professional Meetings Events Professional Opportunities secure Alumni and Giving Welcome Profiles of Excellence Support GSCIS Alumni Relations NSU Career Development Professional and Student Organizations ACM IEEE UPE Honor Society A National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education Graduate Certificates Each of our graduate certificates is a five course sequence designed to give you a focused set of skills for attacking today s challenging problems All courses are available online and most also available on campus Certificates can usually be completed in one year Graduate Certificate in Business Intelligence Analytics The Graduate Certificate in Business Intelligence Analytics was created to meet the increasing need for managers scientists and other decision makers to interpret ever increasing datasets Graduate Certificate in Information Security Management This graduate certificate is recognized by the National Security Agency NSA based on its certification of the school s curriculum under NSA national training standards CNSSI No 4013 System Administrators Graduate Certificate in Information System Security This graduate certificate is recognized by the National Security Agency NSA based on its certification of the school s curriculum under NSA national training standards NSTISSI No 4011 Information Systems Security Professionals Create Your Future Now Follow GSCIS Current M S Students Winter 2013 Information Planned Course Offerings Documents and Forms Certificate of Authorship Change of Major Graduate Catalog Application for Degree Diploma Request for Incomplete

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    Germany Terrell S 2012 Mixed methods research methodologies The Qualitative Report 17 1 Parrish J L Mitchell R B Jensen B 2011 The Effect of Technology Choice on Message Form Journal of Research in Business Information Systems 4 Levy Y Ellis T J 2011 A Guide for Novice Researchers on Experimental and Quasi Experimental Studies in Information Systems Research The Interdisciplinary Journal of Information Knowledge and Management Volume 6 151 161 Snyder M M 2011 Intentional design of an online graduate course using Merrill s first principles A case in progress Proceedings of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology Volume 2 444 451 Domínguez Flores N Wang L 2011 Online Learning Communities Enhancing Undergraduate Students Acquisition of Information Skills The Journal of Academic Librarianship 37 6 495 503 Wang L 2010 Integrating communities of practice in e portfolio assessment Effects and experiences of mutual assessment in an online course The Internet and Higher Education 13 4 267 271 Parrish J L 2010 PAPA Knows Best Ethical Guidelines for Social Networking Sites Journal of Ethics in Information Technology 12 2 187 193 Lehrfeld M Simco G 2010 Choke Based Switching Algorithm inStochastic P2P Networks to Reduce File Download Duration Proceedings of IEEE SoutheastCon 2010 127 130 Farhat S Simco G Mitropoulos F J 2010 Using Aspects for Testing Nonfunctional Requirements in Object Oriented Systems Proceedings of IEEE SoutheastCon 2010 356 359 Parrish J L Courtney J F 2009 Churchman s Inquirers as Design Templates for Knowledge Management Systems An Object Oriented Approach Communications of the ACM 52 7 4 Terrell S R Snyder M M Dringus L P 2009 The development validation and application of the doctoral student connectedness scale The Internet and Higher Education 12 112 116 Farhat S Simco G Mitropoulos F J 2009 Refining and Reasoning about Nonfunctional Requirements Proceedings of the 47th Annual ACM Southeast Conference ACMSE 2009 1 5 Laszlo M Mukherjee S 2009 Approximation Bounds for Minimum Information Loss Microaggregation IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering Volume 21 No 11 1643 1647 Textbooks Terrell S 2012 Statistics translated a step by step guide to analyzing and interpreting data New York Guilford Press Shneiderman B Plaisant C Cohen M Jacobs S 2010 Designing the User Interface Strategies for Effective Human Computer Interaction 5th edition Addison Wesley Littman M K 2010 Implementing RFID technology in hospital environments In J Symonds ed Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing Concepts Methodologies Tools and Application Hershey PA and NY Information Science Reference Littman M K 2010 Implementing RFID technology in hospital environments In N Wickramasinghe E Geisler eds Encyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems 705 710 Hershey PA and NY Information Science Reference Littman M K 2009 Building wireless grids In M Khosrow Pour ed The Encyclopedia of Information Science and Education second edition Volume 1 433 437 Hershey PA and NY Information Science Reference Littman M K 2009 Implementing DWDM lambda grids In M Pagani ed The Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking S econd edition 661 667 Hershey PA

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    Brief Computer Labs Computer Museum Graduate Catalog Contact Us Community Outreach Visit Us Academic Programs Master s Doctoral Certificates Collaborative Academic Calendars Tuition and Fees Admissions M S and Certificate Requirements Ph D Requirements FAQ s Pre Admission Assessment Open Houses and Events Faculty and Staff Faculty Adjunct Faculty Staff Research and Scholarly Work Scholarly Works Working Papers Poster Sessions Dissertations Institutional Review Board IRB Center for e Learning Security Research News GSCIS News Internships secure Professional Meetings Events Professional Opportunities secure Alumni and Giving Welcome Profiles of Excellence Support GSCIS Alumni Relations NSU Career Development Professional and Student Organizations ACM IEEE UPE Honor Society A National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education Gertrude Trudy W Abramson Ed D Professor 2011 2012 Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences Professor of the Year 954 262 2070 800 986 2247 x22070 email abramson nova edu website scis nova edu abramson Course Schedule Research areas Instructional technology supported teaching and learning instructional design development implementation and evaluation educational leadership in the 21st century assistive and adaptive technologies in education and the workplace learning technologies in allied health field and learning technologies in armed forces training Dr Abramson is the author of numerous journal articles and conference presentations focusing on educational technology she is the Executive Editor of the Journal of Applied Learning Technology Her expertise has led her to become a keynote speaker nationally and internationally most notably at Tel Aviv University in Israel and at Interactive Technologies in Washington DC Dr Abramson earned her Ed D at Columbia University in Communications Computing and Technology in Education Her research interests include online teaching learning and communications online program development and administration technology across the curriculum applied assistive technology information literacy and adult education Create Your Future Now Follow GSCIS School

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  • Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
    Master s Doctoral Certificates Collaborative Academic Calendars Tuition and Fees Admissions M S and Certificate Requirements Ph D Requirements FAQ s Pre Admission Assessment Open Houses and Events Faculty and Staff Faculty Adjunct Faculty Staff Research and Scholarly Work Scholarly Works Working Papers Poster Sessions Dissertations Institutional Review Board IRB Center for e Learning Security Research News GSCIS News Internships secure Professional Meetings Events Professional Opportunities secure Alumni and Giving Welcome Profiles of Excellence Support GSCIS Alumni Relations NSU Career Development Professional and Student Organizations ACM IEEE UPE Honor Society A National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education Eric S Ackerman Ph D Interim Dean Associate Professor 954 262 2063 800 986 2247 x22063 email esa nova edu website scis nova edu esa Course Schedule Research areas Management information systems project management computer space hardware design microgravity research Board Member Alvin Sherman Library Research and Information Technology Center http www nova edu library main Project Director CO PI Emil Buehler Research Center for Engineering Science and Mathematics http www nova edu buehler President South Florida InfraGard Chapter http www infragardmiami com Eric S Ackerman Ph D has been active in the engineering and information sciences field for over 25 years His experience includes teaching engineering information science courses managing academic programs and consulting on educational and industrial engineering initiatives He is also currently serving as the project director of the Emil Buehler Research Center for Engineering Science and Mathematics at NSU Dr Ackerman has been involved in numerous engineering projects including designing space hardware that has flown on the Space Shuttle He has received various IEEE section council and regional awards including the Region 3 IEEE USA Regional Professional Leadership award Eric is a senior member of IEEE a member of ACM ASEE AIS AIAA and Upsilon Pi

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