Northcentral University

2488 Historic Decatur RD. 
San Diego CA 92106 

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Master of Science in Computer Science

The world is connected through vast networks of computers which play a crucial role in nearly every factor of our life. While we rely upon this complex system for our convenience, economy and security, this system itself relies upon the skills of computer professionals that understand how to make it all work. The Master of Science in Computer Science program at Northcentral University is designed to help fulfill the demand for professionals that have the vision, knowledge and skills to address the problems of the future. This applied degree takes you through critical topics like software engineering, risk management and innovation and strategy in computer science. In addition, this program explores the principles of computational science, business intelligence, computer development and programming as well as applications for a variety of end-use situations. At NCU, you’ll do more than just write papers, you’ll have the opportunity to gain the hands-on experience you need to stand out among your peers.

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