The mission of CS graduate program is to provide prospective and current graduate students with an educational and research environment that fosters personal and intellectual growth, flourishes academic goals, and develops career paths through necessary training with emerging technologies. The program offers four graduate degree programs:
The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Computer Science enables students with a bachelor's degree fron another area to enter the many fields that require both computer science skills and skills gained in the student's prior studies. The program requires no prior computer science training and covers a breadth of knowledge in advanced computer science topics that can also be used to solve problems in the field of the student's bachelor's degree.
The Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science provide students with an educational and research environment to develop career paths through necessary training with emerging technologies. Graduates have the technical knowledge and skills necessary for success within the information and high technology industries.
Along with supporting a Thesis Option, the degree supports a Non-Thesis Option for students who do not plan to complete a PhD in Computer Science and, instead, are pursuing a professional career that does not involve research and desire an individualized plan of study.
The Doctoral Program that promotes research, discovery and integration. It is designed for students interested in becoming professional scholars, college and university teachers, or independent research workers in private, industrial or government research institutions.
- The Combined B.S./Master's Program allows undergraduate computer science students early admission into graduate school. Students in a combined program may begin taking graduate courses before completing their Bachelor's degree
How to Apply
For questions about these programs, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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