About this course
The Master of Science degree in applied computer science provides an advanced computer science education. This program offers the opportunity to specialize in one of two concentrations. The database concentration provides a comprehensive approach for detailed study in database, data mining and data warehousing. Students successfully completing this program will have a practical knowledge of the principles and foundations for analysis, design, implementation and administration of large databases. Students completing the general concentration will possess a broad applied knowledge in computer networking and communications, software engineering and artificial intelligence. They will have skills and practical experience in information technology. These skills will qualify them for professional, technical and managerial positions in education, industry and government.
- 1. A bachelor’s degree in computer science/information science or: A bachelor’s degree and specified background courses determined by the graduate program coordinator
- 2. An undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for full admission or documented proficiency