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Computer Science M.S.

Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science

Anyone with a bachelor’s degree can apply for this master’s degree program. If your bachelor’s degree is not in computer science, you will be required to complete prerequisite courses in addition to the requirements for the master’s degree.

In addition to the required computer science courses, we offer many elective courses in computer science and other fields. You may also be able to transfer up to six credit hours from other programs.

Program Faculty

Our faculty are computer science professionals who stay up to date with the latest advances in technology. You can collaborate with them on research projects, and our small class sizes mean you get the individual attention you deserve - whether it’s on campus or online.

Career Opportunities

Texas is home to more computer companies than any other state besides California and Washington. And, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that career opportunities in computer science, cybersecurity and information technology fields will continue to grow at a faster than average rate through 2028, adding thousands of high-paying jobs.

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Our Courses

This degree program consists of 30 credit hours. Thesis and Non-Thesis options are available.

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