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Online Masters Degrees in Computer Programming

Find online masters degrees, courses, and programs in computer programming. Curriculum & programs in this area cover a broad range of subjects and are designed to provide students with a broad-based education.

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M.S. in Computer Science

Completion of this program required 30 credit hours. Students will take courses such as Analysis of Algorithms, Operating Systems Principles, Programming Language Principles, Computer Networks I, Database Management Systems, and Advanced Data Structures. This program does not require a thesis. However, a thesis option is available and may be substituted for the general elective courses upon consultation with an advisor.

Offered by: Walden University *
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Computer Science

This program is designed to provide a background in programming, programming concepts and operating systems software. Specific courses provide students with a sample of the most current programming techniques, including C, C++, Pascal and Java, and allow understanding in the use of other programming languages. Courses in architecture, data structures, software development and engineering, and computer networks are offered to enhance students’ understanding of software development.

Offered by: Kennedy-Western University
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M.S. in Computer Science

The Master of Science degree in Computer Science (MSCS) is designed specifically for those with a Bachelor's degree or a significant amount of work experience in the field. Courses cover topics including analytical and critical thinking, problem-solving, communications, and computer science theory, practice, and design. Graduates are successful in advanced research and development positions or a career in academics.

Offered by: American Sentinel University
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MS - Computer Science

This program is designed to serve a wide range of professional interests and therefore takes a broad-based approach to practical computer applications. The curriculum emphasizes the relationship between computers and their areas of application and is consistent with the recommendations of the Association for Computing Machinery. It is designed for individuals interested in systems analysis and systems engineering, application software, software engineering, systems programming, data communications, microprocessors, or computer graphics.

Offered by: Ellis College
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