The graduate program in Computer Science is designed to provide theoretical knowledge as well as practical applications in the areas of software architecture, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and computer networks. In this program, working professionals are given an opportunity to continue their education on a part-time or full-time basis, and can conduct research under the guidance of a faculty advisor. Upon graduation from the program, students will be conferred the degree of Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science.

Program Educational Objectives

The Computer Science graduate program educational objectives are:

  1. The development of in-depth expertise for a successful career and/or a successful undertaking of further graduate level studies in computer science and related fields.
  2. The ability to meet the challenges of the future through continuing professional growth.
  3. An appreciation of societal and environmental impact surrounding computing-related decisions and applications.