- Bachelor's Degree
About the Program
The Master of Science in Computer Science (M.S.C.S.) is a degree program designed to strengthen knowledge in advanced computer sciences areas spanning from hardware systems, software systems to computer networks and applied computing. The degree program requires filing a degree plan within the student’s first semester of study and passing the Final Comprehensive Examination as required by the university.
The program offers a thesis option, 31 credit hours, and a non-thesis option, 37 credit hours. The non-thesis project/report option requires an additional seven CS graduate elective courses. The non-thesis exam option requires an additional eight CS graduate elective courses. See the program page for more information.
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Some programs may require you to come to the main campus or regional site for a course or activity. Make sure and check with the Department/Program Advisor to ensure you are able to meet the programs' requirements before you apply. Visit the program website for more details.