The objective of the program leading to the Master of Science in Computer Science is designed to foster independent study and research. Graduates of the program may aspire to pursue a doctoral degree , teach computer science, or pursue careers in business, industy, and government.
The graduate program allows students to focus on detailed research and to refine software development and database management skills. We offer five areas of emphasis:
- Operating Systems and Architecture
- Computational Science
- Programming Languages / Software Engineering
- Digital Data Communications
- Data Analytic and Data Mining
Students engaged in the concentration of Computational Science will have the opportunity to earn an MS degree in Computer Science and/or Ph.D. in Environmental Toxicology.
In addition to fulfilling the department's educational mission, faculty engage in research and professional development that allows them to remain current in their fields and to provide technological leadership to the university, community and the region. The department makes a conscious effort to evaluate and incorporate new areas and technologies into its programs.
- Graduate Catalog
- Plan of Study
- Plan of Study (For Students Enrolled Before Spring 2019)
- Course Override Request Form
- Request for Course Overload Form
- Credit Transfer Agreement Form
- Department Comprehensive Online Registration Form (Must have Google Account)
- Department Comprehensive Exam Practice Questions
- Important Dates Fall 2020 Semester
- CMPS 598 Committee Selection
- Thesis Guideline
- Master Thesis Oral Defense Request Form
- Graduation Application Package
- Graduate Student's Presentation and Documentation Evaluation Form (Faculty Use)