The Computer Science Department at Midwestern State University offers B.A., B.S., and M.S. degrees in Computer science. Below is more information as well as degree requirements for each program.
The undergraduate program offers a core curriculum in computing that meets standards of computing-industry employers while allowing students to tailor the selection of advanced courses to fit their interests. Students may elect to take courses from exciting fields such as artificial intelligence, graphics, parallel computing, networking and game development. The baccalaureate program also features a developing emphasis in undergraduate research. The highly student-oriented faculty are committed to the success of their students and encourage participation in the program and in university activities. The members of the faculty practice an open door policy, allowing students frequent opportunities for one-on-one interactions.
The mission of the Masters of Science degree is to provide a source of knowledge to experienced Information Technology professionals, and advancement of knowledge to recent graduates of computer science programs, and the opportunity for career change to those with undergraduate preparation in fields other than computing. The degree provides classroom and laboratory experiences which emphasize the theory, application, and contemporary research in the computing sciences.
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