The Department of Computer Science is the largest department in College of Computing and Informatics with close to 40 full-time faculty members. Faculty expertise encompasses areas of traditional computer science including the cutting- edge efforts in visualization/visual analytics, robotics, networking, video and image processing, cloud and high-performance computing, cognitive computing and knowledge systems/discovery. The breadth of CS is revealed in both its curriculum and research. The CS Department offers its students undergraduate concentrations in Data Science; Artificial intelligence, Robotics and Gaming; and Software, Systems and Network. The department maintains large MS and PhD programs, with over graduate 450 students.