The flexibility of the MS in Computing program allows you to shape a course of study that matches your career interests and goals. You choose courses from any graduate program on campus that relates to computing and your career goals. This includes the departments found in Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Management, Health, and Nursing, to name a few.
Within the program we believe you ought to have a primary and secondary concentration in mind that reflects your interests. You primary concentration should include at least 12 semester hours of work and the secondary concentration should be at lease 6 semester hours.
We do not prescribe a set of concentrations and tell you that you must choose. We do offer some suggestions that align well with current career positions.