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Master of Science in Computer Science (Bridge) (Online)

Grand Canyon University’s Bridge (Master of Science in Computer Science) program is designed to be an accelerated pathway into GCU’s Master of Science in Computer Science degree program for those interested in engineering, information technology, science and more specifically, a career in computer science. A bachelor’s degree, which can be in an unrelated field, is required.

Computer science is an ideal career path for those with a passion for technology and computers, and those who enjoy thinking critically, analytically and creatively to solve problems. To help individuals determine whether or not a career in computer science is right for them, they may ask questions such as, “Am I interested in math, science, learning computer languages and artificial intelligence?” or, “Do I find it fascinating to think about how computer systems and mobile devices can be more innovative and work better?” If so, completing the bridge program to pursue a career in computer science is the first step to take.

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