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The Master of Digital Sciences (MDS) degree is a professional master’s program for graduates from a wide range of backgrounds that is designed to augment the student's skill set and open the door to new career opportunities.
A Bachelor's degree in Digital Sciences is not required for admission, and students may enter in the fall or spring semester. For additional admission information, see Graduate Admission and Graduate Admission for International Students (if applicable).
The Master of Digital Sciences (MDS) degree is designed to augment a student's skill set, opening the door to new career opportunities for students from diverse undergraduate backgrounds.
Students may continue to study in their undergraduate field or may choose to study in a complementary area for their concentration. For working professionals, using this concentration to acquire a new skill set or update existing skills may open new career opportunities.
Students can have a concentration in the following:
For students interested in Enterprise Architecture, a 18-credit Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Enterprise Architecture is also available. This new certificate program is intended for students who do not have the time or funds to invest in a 32-credit Master's program, or who already have a Master's degree, or whose work environment values completion of a certificate program.