The Department of Computer Science offers two graduate programs:
A concentration in Scientific Computing is designed to prepare students for careers in data-intensive science, engineering, or finance fields.
Geared toward students or professionals with a science or engineering background, seeking professional training in computing skills that are most applicable in industry.
Graduate Program Learning Goals
Upon completion of M.S. in Computer Science, our students will:
- Have a strong foundation in numerical, combinatorial, and parallel/distributed algorithms and an understanding of their broad application to multi-disciplinary science and technology
- Develop competencies in analysis and design of software for diverse computational problems
- Be able to apply analytical and problem-solving skills toward multi-disciplinary research and development
- Demonstrate learning skills that can sustain further study, which is self-directed or autonomous