Master of Science (M.S.)

Program Objective

The Master of Science in Computer Science (M.S.C.S.) and the Master of Science in Information Systems (M.S.I.S.) programs present advanced information on computer information systems, computer programming languages, Internet programming languages, software engineering, computer database applications, computer network, e-commerce and artificial intelligence. Graduates are in great demand by high tech companies and by firms needing to realign their programs and operations to meet the challenges of new technologies.

MS Concentrations

Graduation Requirements

The M.S.C.S. and M.S.I.S. degrees are conferred upon satisfactory completion of sixty-four (64) quarter units and fifty-six (56) quarter units for students who fulfilled prerequisite requirements. The GPA for the degrees must be 3.00 (B) or better, with no grade below B in the major field. Students must complete all requirements within three (3) years from candidacy.

The graduation requirements are summarized as follows:

Description M.S.C.S.
M.S.I.S.
With Prerequisite Courses
M.S.C.S.
M.S.I.S.
Without Prerequisite Courses
Prerequisite Courses
M.S. Required Courses
Major Courses
Electives
8 units
24 units
16 units
16 units
0 units
24 units
16 units
16 units
TOTAL 64 units 56 units