Certificates in Advanced Programming: Theory, Design and Verification, Computer and Communications Security
Computer Science deals with the fundamental scientific laws and engineering principles that govern the design, manufacture and use of computers. Computer scientists may be involved in work ranging from mathematical studies of algorithms to engineering research on advanced computing systems. The Master of Science in Computer Science program requires a total of 30 graduate credits and is intended to accommodate students who have a wide variety of interests in the field. The program is flexible and allows students to obtain in-depth specialization within Computer Science, including the opportunity to "drill down" into related disciplines, including programming, software engineering, database management, security, and software architecture.
GRE is Preferred for Master's Applicants
GRE is Required for Ph.D. Applicants