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Computer Science & Information Systems, M.S.

Computer Science & Information Systems, M.S.

A Unique Master’s Degree Merging Technology and Business
  • 96%

    Job Placement for Graduates

  • $15.5K

    N.C. Resident Tuition & Fees

  • 2

    Two-Year Program Duration

MSCSIS Program Overview

The program prepares you to work as a:

Business technology analysts assist in technology integration, including overseeing a company's current IT systems to ensure technology-related goals are met.

Security Analysts work to identify and correct flaws and develop solutions in a company's security system.

Software engineers develop, design and test software applications. They apply engineering principles to the process of building software.

Software quality assurance engineers and testers work to identify glitches and errors that prevent apps and computer programs from working as intended.

Learn to code and test software to ensure functionality and update software programs to refine cybersecurity and data storage capacities.

Alumni go on to further graduate study and careers in academia.

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Learn To

Solve problems using advanced mathematics and computer information systems-based techniques

Demonstrate knowledge of ethics and professionalism, and understand green computing, data security, privacy and compliance

Complete analysis and design of business processes employing the latest information technology techniques

Apply science and business principles to analyze and interpret data

Demonstrate effective communication

The program offers a relevant set of core courses while allowing students to concentrate in areas of interest through electives. My current role as a software engineer is a direct result of my completion of the program.
MSCSIS Alumnus

Further Your Experience in Computer Science and Information Systems

Are You an International Student?

This is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security STEM designated program that allows eligible F1 international students to apply for a 24-month optional practical training extension.