Master of Science in Computer Science and Software Engineering

To enter the Master of Science (M.S.,) or the Master of Science (nonthesis option), a student must hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an institution of recognized standing. Students also must have the pre-requisite undergraduate experience in areas of computer science and/or software engineering. If a student has deficiencies in the pre-requisites, he or she will be required to take appropriate undergraduate courses. All applicants must submit Graduate Record Examination scores for the general test. 

The M.S.. program requires 30 semester credit hours, including six credit hours for research and thesis. The M.S.. (nonthesis) program requires 33 semester credit hours, including three credit hours for the software engineering design project. There is no language requirement. 




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