with a major in computer systems and software design with two concentrations. Applicants for the MS with a major in computer systems and software design may be permitted to enroll for one semester of graduate course work, with the permission of the graduate coordinator of the program, while completing all general application requirements.
In addition to meeting the general admission requirements of the College of Graduate Studies, applicants for the MS with a major in computer systems and software design must have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree with a major in computer science, software engineering, or information systems as determined by the graduate computer science faculty. Applicants with degrees in related fields with three to five years experience in systems and software design may be considered. These applicants should have the equivalent of a minor in computer science including courses equivalent to Software Engineering I (CS 310), Software Engineering II (CS 491), Operating Systems (CS 350), Database Systems (CS 488),
either Calculus and Its Applications (MS 120) or Calculus I (MS 125), and demonstrated proficiency in a procedural or object-oriented programming language. Applicants who are deficient in these areas may be required to take additional courses at the graduate and/or undergraduate levels.