The Master of Science in Computer Science degree is designed to provide an advanced understanding of the technical fundamentals of computer science architecture, database, networking and software engineering.
The nonthesis program of study (33 credit hours) is designed to enhance professional development for those currently working in the field while providing advanced skills and knowledge to those seeking employment in the field. The thesis program of study (27 credit hours) provides the basis for further advanced study in the field. Reflected in the programs of study is a commitment to the highest ethical, intellectual and social values.
The objectives for the Master of Science in Computer Science program are to develop graduates who shall: