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Concordia University Wisconsin - Ann Arbor Master of Science in Computer Science
Concordia University Wisconsin - Ann Arbor

Master of Science in Computer Science

Wisconsin Township, USA

18 Months

English

Full time, Part time

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USD 840 / per credit

Distance Learning, On-Campus

Introduction

Advance your career with a master's degree in computer science

With concentrations in software engineering, computer information systems, and business data applications, Concordia's computer science master's program helps you stay on the cutting edge of advancements in the world of computer science. Earning an MSCS degree is the perfect way to move forward in your career.

Study how to create complex hardware and software systems, manage complex computer information systems, and lead a technical team in our master's in computer science program.

The online master’s in computer science program is now offering two new tracks in Software Engineering and Computer Information Systems. Both of these tracks will build on your existing experience by deepening your skills and knowledge in the main areas of computer science. A bachelor's degree in a related field is recommended, but not required. Optional catch-up modules are available for each course to help bring you up to speed in the master’s in computer science program.

The master’s in software engineering program entails the following and is:

  • STEM-designated
  • Ethics & vocation are central themes in our program showing how professionals respond to the needs of clients, users, and society
  • Can be completed in 18 months
  • Start dates are available every six to eight weeks throughout the year
  • Available online and in person

Upon completion of your MSCS degree, you will be trained in problem-solving, collaboration, creative design processes, professional literature, writing, presentation, and ethical practices. You will be prepared for advanced professional positions in software development and other technical/design-oriented roles in computing.

What to Expect

The versatile new format of our online master's in computer science degree consists of two separate concentrations to allow you to advance in a wide variety of fields within the world of technology.

All students in the MSCS degree program take the same seven computer science core courses that explore current topics in computing, such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, robotics, and virtual reality. Students then take three additional courses specific to the concentration they choose to specialize in.

Accreditation

Concordia University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

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