Computer Science M.S.
- General Option – 30 credits (10 courses)
- Web & Database Technologies – 30 credits (10 courses)
- Cybersecurity – 30 credits (10 courses)
Technology is at the center of our everyday lives, powering everything from the cars we drive, to the movies we watch, to the ways businesses and governments deal with us. In the 21st century, a skillset that includes a grasp of computing opens countless doors and expands career options. Whether you want to be a scientist or a government agent, an app developer or just a more savvy consumer of technology, studying computing will provide you with invaluable knowledge.
Computing jobs are among the highest paid and are continually reported to have the highest rates of job satisfaction, according to sources like the Association for Computer Machinery. The industry is driven by innovation and national competitiveness is causing the possibilities for future developments to grow at a rapid pace.
Currently in the United States, there are more computing jobs than there are qualified people to fill them. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects growth rates between 12 and 37 percent in computing and information technology occupations from 2014 through 2024. If you’re interested in developing your computing talents, there’s never been a better time to succeed in this industry.