The College of Computing & Informatics is a national leader in information and technology education. With cutting edge curriculum and groundbreaking research led by a world-class faculty, our college is one of the only institutions in the nation that can equip you with the comprehensive knowledge, skills and hands-on experience to drive innovation and improve lives within any industry or career field you choose. No matter where your passions lie, our deep relationships with industry leaders and broad, interdisciplinary programming, coupled with Drexel’s fully integrated cooperative education program, create an unmatched and inclusive environment for 21st century education and research.
Start here. Go anywhere.
Enhance your career and learn new skills with Drexel CCI's flexible and stackable certificate programs.
Drexel CCI seniors' multi-term capstone experience, Senior Project, recently culminated in an annual showcase of 18 creative, innovative products in five categories: corporate-sponsored, entrepreneurial, humanitarian, games, and research.
Launching this fall, the three-course Graduate Certificate in Community-Based Librarianship provides an in-depth overview of the fundamentals of library and community collaboration, including courses in community-based data analytics and design thinking for digital community service.
Thirty five undergraduate and graduate CCI students were recently inducted into the international honor society for the computing and information disciplines.
Drexel CCI's Metadata Research Center, in partnership with Montana State University Library, UC San Diego Library, and OCLC, is establishing an LIS Education and Data Science-Integrated Network Group thanks to a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
Ontañón's winning paper, titled "Player-Centered AI for Automatic Game Personalization: Open Problems," examines computer games as the next generation of personalized digital applications.
Have a question? We’re eager to talk with you.
Stay informed on the latest updates from Drexel College of Computing & Informatics.