Computer and Information Science MSCIS

Master of Science in Computer and Information Science

The field of computer science is today's fastest-growing profession. As technology continues to advance rapidly, job offers in computing professions remain high. Our Computer and Information Science program will give you an in-depth understanding of computer architecture, languages and systems. By pursuing this Master of Science degree, you will gain the mastery and expertise necessary to succeed in the profession. We offer a track in Computer Science or Health Informatics.

Industry Highlights

From web developing to being a network architect, careers in the technology industry offer graduates the chance to excel in high-paying salary positions.

Career Opportunities

  • Software Systems
  • Hardware Systems
  • People and Data Systems
  • Tech Companies
  • Major Corporations
  • Government Agencies

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of weekly gatherings for luncheons or lectures on various topics of interest, as well as having the opportunity for educational work experience on and off campus.


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