M.S.-Computer Science, specialization: Computer Science; Database Systems; and Software Engineering
The Master of Science in Computer Science (M.S.) program offers a solid understanding of applied and theoretical computer science topics including networks and communication devices, theory of computation, analysis of algorithms, programming languages, and operating systems.
The Computer Science specialization provides instruction in applied and theoretical computer science topics such as networks and communication devices, theory of computation, analysis of algorithms, programming languages, and operating systems.
The Database Systems specialization emphasizes designing, implementing, maintaining, and administering large database systems. Students will become proficient in database programming and SQL (in Oracle and SQL Server). Students of this specialization will also be able to identify and utilize tools to be able to work with the vast amounts of data.
The Software Engineering (SE) specialization concentrates on software engineering concepts such as process, specification, analysis, design, implementation, verification, validation, software project management for the development of high-quality software systems that meet client needs.
The University of West Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association.