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The Master of Computer Science (MCS) is generally a non-research, course based program for professionals who want to advance their careers and for individuals without a previous degree in computer science who want to prepare for a career working as a computer science professional. The program provides a conceptual and practical education in computer science by combining a broad core curriculum with user-selected areas of study.1 Classes include a wide variety of computer based coursework along with a research project. Programs typically require an extensive experience in computing, programming experience, a course in data structure and algorithms, as well as a working grasp of calculus and statistics.
Earning a graduate degree in computer science can lead to a wide variety of positions in research institutions, government agencies, technology companies, colleges and universities, retail, engineering and healthcare. This includes working for companies like Walmart, Apple, General Motors, Verizon, IBM, Humana, Google and many more.2