Advance your programming, database, and network knowledge and advance your career with a Master of Science Degree from Knowledge Systems Institute with a campus in Skokie (near north Chicago and Evanston).
The MS degree program in Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) provides students with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to understand, design and use modern computer-based systems. It fosters innovative thinking and encourages new approaches to solving business and technical problems through the use of information technology (IT). Students will gain the expertise needed to meet the demands of the rapidly growing and changing information industry. Graduates can begin an IT career; advance in IT if they already have an IT career, or prepare for future advanced studies in computer science.
The MS degree in Computer and Information Sciences requires twenty-seven (27) credit hours of coursework (namely, nine (9) graduate courses), a nine (9) credit hour individual research project and a comprehensive examination. Click on a course number below for a full description of the course from KSI's online course listings.
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