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The MCIS department makes every effort to provide its students and faculty with the tools and support needed to succeed in their endeavors. These resources are available at no cost, and range from cutting-edge technology and technical support to one-on-one tutoring in math and computer science.

MATHEMATICS
Clubs and Events
Library Services
Math Tutoring Lab - Room 101.A
Math Tutoring Lab - Room 267
Professional Organizations
Scholarships

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Center for Information Security and Assurance
Clubs and Events
CS Tutoring Lab
Library Services
CS Professional Organizations
Scholarships
Software Checkout
Studio Guide

MATH PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

* American Mathematical Society

* Mathematical Association of America

* Alabama Association of College Teachers of Mathematics

* Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

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CS PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

* Academy of Management

* Association for Computing Machinery

* Association for Information Systems

* Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

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SOFTWARE CHECKOUT

The MCIS department maintains a license agreement with the Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA). Under this agreement, faculty and students in the department have access to all Microsoft development tools, operating systems, and server software. If you already have an MSDNAA account, the software is available for download or CD check-out at Microsoft's e-academy. To request the availability of additional software, or to request an account, please contact Petrica Trifas. Be sure to provide your name, JSU student number and email address in your correspondence.

Note: When you log in to the MSDN Academic Alliance Software Center you will have the option to check out a software CD (free) or purchase a copy of it. In order to check out the software, you must select the software product from the search drop down list. If you would like to get your own personal copy for a small fee, you can click on the product icon displayed on the main page.

STUDIO GUIDE

Every graduate student seeking a Master of Science degree in Computer Systems and Software Design must complete a two-semester studio component. For more information, students may consult a working version of the department's Studio Guide.

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Contact us:

MCIS Department
119 Ayers Hall
Jacksonville State University
700 Pelham Road North
Jacksonville, AL 36265-1602
(256) 782-5269
Fax: (256) 782-5261
mcis@jsu.edu