Master of Science (MS)
36 Credit Hours
Computing and Informational Science utilizes state-of-the-art software, software development methodologies, project management techniques, and hardware. Emphasis is placed on preparing students for an environment where change is the norm. Graduate study in this discipline is accessible to students who have completed undergraduate Computing Science majors or minors and to those who have baccalaureate degrees in related fields with the equivalent of a Computing Science minor in formal coursework or professional experience. If a thesis is a part of this degree, a total of 39 hours are required for completion. This degree (24 hours or 27 with thesis included) can also be obtained with a minor (12 hours).
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