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The Ball State Center for Information and Communication Sciences is the place to make sense of our ever-changing technology driven world, prepare you to lead, and push boundaries well into the future. Develop skills to enhance your technology fluency, leadership and critical thinking from industry-tested faculty that empower you with confidence to lead organizations of any size. Transform your career with a graduate degree incorporating the latest knowledge in AI, IoT, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, Networking and Cloud-based technologies with transferable leadership skills. This is what digital-age organizations want now and tomorrow and what you’ll earn with an immersive degree at the intersection of tech and leadership.

Our programs are designed for students of life. Individuals who live for a challenge, thrive in adversity, and seek transformative learning experiences rather than just incremental steps. They seek a desire to be a part of something more than a designation or degree. They come to learn and leave to lead, innovate and create within any type of organization. They seek to bridge the tech, business, and communications disciplines with an eye towards the future. They go forward with life skills as well as an academic foundation built for the future.

 

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Alumni University is Back!

Jun 16, 2021

Excellent news for current students and alumni who would like to take advantage of the Alumni University!! Dr. Jones will be offering the Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy this summer through the Alumni University where CICS alums have the opportunity to up their skills in current tech areas of interest!  These will be self paced.  Start date is the weekRead More

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Students Achieve Scholarly Publication

Jun 15, 2021

CICS is proud to note that the May 2021 edition of the IEEE Future Directions includes a scholarly article written by students Christopher Nouhan, Noah Scott, and James Womack. The article, Emergent Role of Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education, was written with the encouragement and support of Dr. Steve Jones. IEEE, pronounced “Eye-triple-E,” stands forRead More

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Kirsten Smith Highlighted as Inspiring Women Working in Tech by AOTMP

Jun 10, 2021

In the June 2021 issue of Insights the AOTMP organization highlighted 22 women in tech, including our own Kirsten Smith. AOTMP®, the Association of Telecom, Mobility, and IT Management Professionals, is a membership organization dedicated to serving the more than 10 million professionals who support the $4.3 trillion dollar industry around the globe. The association’s missionRead More

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