Graduate Program - Master of Science in Software Engineering Science

Admission Requirements  

A candidate must meet the university-level admission requirements for graduate school including:

1.       a 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0) cumulative grade point average covering the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate preparation, or a combined score of 1050 on the Verbal and Quantitative Sections of the Aptitude Test of the Graduate Record Examination;

2.       possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution

3.       for non-English speaking students, a score of at least 600 on the TOEFL

4.       In addition to university-level admission requirements, A candidate must have transcript evidence of the following courses or their equivalent. The following table lists the courses taught at the Department of CIS along with their prerequisites and the semesters during which they are taught.

Course Number

Course Title

Prerequisite

Semesters taught (subject to change)

COT3100

Discrete Structures

MAC1142

Fall, Spring, Summer

COP1215

Fundamentals of Programming

COT3100

Fall, Spring, Summer

COP1215L

Fundamentals of Program Lab

COT3100

Fall, Spring, Summer

CIS3040

Informations Systems in Organization

COP1215

Fall, Spring

COP2532

Program, File, and Data Structures

COP1215

Fall, Spring, Summer?

COP3120

Programming Language Elective

COP1215

Fall, Spring

COP3710

Database Management Systems

COP2532

Fall, Spring, Summer

CIS3321

Systems Analysis and design

COP2532

Fall, Spring

COP4020

Programming Language

COP2532

FALL ONLY

COT4210

Foundations of Computer Science

COT3100

FALL ONLY

COP3610

Operating Systems

COP2532

SPRING ONLY

 

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