The Master of Science in Computer Science program is designed for students with undergraduate majors in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or physics and who have completed courses or have equivalent experience in data structures and algorithms, assembly language, computer architecture, programming in a modern high-level language, systems software (compilers or operating systems), calculus (differential and integral calculus), and discrete mathematics.
Applicants who do not have adequate backgrounds may be required to take one or more of the following 500-level graduate courses during the first two terms of the student’s program:
These are in addition to the required 30 credit hours of courses at the 600 level. Courses at the 500 level, when required, must be completed prior to taking courses at the 600 level. All 500-level courses must be completed with a grade of ‘B’ or higher to continue in the computer science degree program. CISC 500 is a prerequisite to CISC 503.
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