The Master of Science Program in Computer Science provides students with a foundation for advanced professional or doctoral work in the field of computing. Courses are offered in programming technologies, theoretical computer science, state-of-the-art application areas and mathematics. Software development takes place on SUN workstations and PCs.
The program consists of 30 credit hours. To accommodate part-time students, most graduate courses are offered in the late afternoon or evening. The program does not require that the baccalaureate degree be in computer science, but undergraduate qualifying courses are required of those without a computer science background.
The entrance requirements for the Master of Science Program are
Students who do not satisfy the entrance requirements may be admitted with the condition that deficiencies be removed within a prescribed time limit, usually by taking the appropriate undergraduate courses.
See the Graduate School Web site for application information.
In addition, have the following sent to the Office of Graduate Studies: