MS in Computer Science Curriculum
Our curriculum builds industry-specific knowledge and skills while giving you the flexibility to customize your schedule based on your needs. Below are the course requirements for the MS in Computer Science program and an example of what your academic experience might look like.
Master of Science in Computer Science
Program of Study
The following courses are core requirements of the Computer Science program:
|Core requirements (12 credits)|
|CSC 510||Computer Architecture||3|
|CSC 515||Algorithms & Design||3|
|CSC 520||Operating Systems||3|
|CSC 530||Embedded Systems||3|
|Electives (12 credits)|
|CSC 605||Foundations of Cybersecurity||3|
|CSC 615||Computational Geometry||3|
|CSC 625||Database Systems||3|
|CSC 630||Parallel Processing and Design||3|
|CSC 640||Computer Networks||3|
|CSC 645||Computer Graphics||3|
|CSC 650||Neural Networks||3|
|Thesis Track (6 credits)|
|CSC 691||MS Thesis I||3|
|CSC 692||MS Thesis II||3|
Students who are not pursuing the thesis track are required to take an additional six credits of electives included in the list above.
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