Computer Science, M.S.

Computer Science has literally transformed the world with advances that can be applied to every industry and every level of human interaction. The Master of Science in Computer Science is designed to service a wide range of professional interests and within this framework takes a broad-based approach to practical computer applications. The program is suited for persons holding a baccalaureate degree in computer science, engineering, operations research, mathematics or related fields of interest. View our curriculum and our graduate catalog.

In this program, emphasis is on the relationship between computers and their areas of applications and as such, is ideal for individuals interested in systems analysis and systems engineering, application software, software engineering, systems programming, data communications, microprocessors or computer graphics. Specific objectives of this program provide students with a comprehensive background in:

  • Theory and design of high-level languages and applications in design and development of systems software
  • Development of algorithms, data organization and process optimization
  • Theory and design of assemblers, compliers and operating systems
  • Architecture and operation of a variety of computer systems including microprocessors, minicomputers and large-scale computer systems
  • Other topics specific to the student’s particular area of specialization such as computer security, software engineering, computer graphics and artificial intelligence
 
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