The Master of Computer Science degree is a professional (non-research) degree consisting of coursework only. This degree is intended for students desiring an advanced credential in computer science to enhance their technical abilities and knowledge of state-of-the-art computer science principles to apply as software engineers in organizational settings (industry, government, etc.).

Effective Fall 2010

A total of 35 semester hours in lecture and laboratory courses are required for graduation. At least 20 of these credits must be in computer sciences courses at the 500-level or above (graduate level courses). No independent study credits of any kind will be accepted toward meeting the 35 hour requirement.