This track requires completion of a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate-level coursework. Students may be required to complete an additional 3 credit hours of prerequisite coursework. Students with an undergraduate degree in Computer or Information Science may receive waivers for up to 3 credits. Course waivers are not granted for work experience.
CS 504INTRO TO PROG USING SCRIPTING
Required Courses | 24-27 credits
Choose between CS 604 and CS 620, CS 638 and 650 as well as CS 670 and CS 690.
CS 551INTRO OBJECT-ORIENT PRGMG JAVA
CS 552WINDOWS INTERFACE DSGN:VIS BAS
CS 603ADV DATABASE DESIGN
CS 604ADV. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
CS 616MACHINE LEARNING
CS 617ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
CS 620INFO ANALYSIS& SYSTEM DESIGN
CS 638ADV. SCRIPTING WITH PYTHON
CS 650BIG DATA ANALYTICS
CS 670RESEARCH PROJECT SEMINAR
CS 690THESIS I
CS 691THESIS II
Mandatory Semester Fees
In an effort to encourage you to study abroad, and to make a study abroad experience more accessible, the OGA prepared the following list of scholarships and resources.
Complete the Online Graduate Application
A GRE/GMAT exam is not required, however, exam scores may optionally be submitted in support of your application. Sacred Heart CEEB Code 3780
An Official English Language Proficiency examination is required for all non-native English speakers. The following minimum scores are accepted:
A minimum band score may be required for some programs.
MS Business Analytics, Computer Science, IT, Chemistry, Cybersecurity and Finance & Investment Management will consider IELTS 6.0, Duolingo 105 or TOEFL Essentials 8.0.
MS Healthcare Informatics will accept a minimum overall IELTS of 6.5 (no bands below 6.5), TOEFL of 85 (no bands below 16), or Duolingo of 110 (no bands below 85, minimum production score of 90).
The MS in Computer Science & Information Technology program can be started in the fall, spring or late spring. Applications are currently being accepted and are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Students who require an F1 Student Visa to study in the United States must complete their applications at least six weeks prior to the start of the academic term for which they are applying.