The Computer Science master's program provides students with the tools to develop innovative solutions for today's digital challenges. From building applications to developing large-scale software systems, you'll gain new skills and experience unique learning opportunities across an array of areas.
The Department of Computer Science provides an open, friendly, diverse, and collaborative atmosphere in which to study computer science. Students personalize their path of study and regularly access professors both in small classes and out of class. With a long history of interdisciplinary learning and research collaboration, the program brings together faculty, students, alumni, staff, and guests from across the field and beyond.
Students in the program can choose to complete a master's thesis or a project-based study track. The program can be completed in as little as one year, or two years with an optional thesis.
30 credits are required, of which at least 24 credits must be from approved courses. The remaining 6 credits may be earned from approved courses, or from conducting approved research or independent study, or from a combination of the two.
The School of Engineering's Graduate Cooperative Education (Co-Op) Program provides students with the opportunity to apply the theoretical principles they have learned in their coursework to real-world engineering projects. Gain up to six months of full-time work experience, build your resume, and develop a competitive advantage for post-graduation employment. Learn more about the Co-Op Program.
The master's program is designed for students seeking the skills and credentials to reach new job opportunities, to be promoted within their current organization, earn a higher average salary, or to pursue advanced research within a doctoral program. Students graduate from the program prepared to become leaders in industry, academia, and research.
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