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Doctor OF PHILOSOPHY IN Computer Science

The Ph.D. in Computer Science program is directed at highly competent students who intend to pursue careers in research and education. The program will enable students to master advanced computer science theory and applications, undertake independent research that contributes to the body of knowledge, and convey expertise to younger generations of computer scientists.

 
Master of Science in Computer Science

The program leading to a Master of Science degree in Computer Science is research-oriented and requires full-time study. The program curriculum consists of a set of major subjects and electives that provide the specialization within the program. Toward the end of the program, students submit a thesis on a selected topic. 

 
Master in Information Technology
(Non-Thesis)

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) is a non-thesis terminal program directed at information technology (IT) educators who need to upgrade their knowledge and skills. It is a content course, as opposed to an education course. It provides educators with increased training in core computer concepts, theories, and technology.





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