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The Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers two options for a Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS): a non-thesis option that requires a minimum of 30 credits, and a thesis option that requires a minimum of 30 credits, including 6 credits of thesis. The MSCS program offers students the opportunity to develop a Plan of Study, in consultation with an academic advisor, that is customized to their own career goals and interests, including the ability to focus on specific areas such as Big Data Analytics or Cybersecurity.
Most graduate courses are available in a “Distance Learning” format: they are video streamed live, posted and downloadable online the same day as the lecture. Students may be required to take exams either on campus or at an approved testing center. (Additional charges may apply for remote testing centers)
Applications for admission to the master’s program who meet the MSCS Admission requirements are approved by the University upon the recommendation of the Department.
HigherEd. QM is a nationally recognized, faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality of online course design and online components.
Some sections of this program’s courses have been reviewed and nationally recognized by Quality Matters as meeting the standards for best practices in online course design and delivery. If a course section has been certified, it will bear the Quality Matters seal.
In order to see if a particular section is QM certified, please click on the links below:
- Software Engineer/Architect
- Software Development Engineer
- Big Data Engineer
- Data Analytics Engineer
- Database Engineer
- Mobile Application Engineer
- Cyber Security Engineer
- Senior Application Developer
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