Master of Science in Computer Science
In Concordia University Wisconsin's MS in Computer Science program, you’ll get to learn from faculty with decades of experience in software development, computer science research, and graduate education. You’ll study how to create complex hardware and software systems, manage complex information technology (IT) systems, and lead a technical team. Upon completion of the program, you’ll be trained in problem solving, collaboration, creative design processes, professional literature, writing, presentation, and ethical practices. You’ll be prepared for professional positions in software development and other technical/design-oriented roles in computing.
- Program can be completed in 18 months; students can begin either in Fall or Spring on the Mequon campus.
- Faculty have decades of both industrial and educational experience.
- Six 6-credit courses are required. Students without an appropriate undergraduate degree may be considered and are required to take an additional 3-credit course.
- Ethics and vocation are central themes showing how a Christian professional responds to the needs of clients, users, and society.
- Students are prepared for leadership roles in computational professions and for doctoral programs upon graduation.