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Master of Science in Computer Science

Master of Science in Computer Science

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The computer science department offers comprehensive M.S. and Ph.D. degree programs that focus on computer network security, software engineering, web databases, wireless systems, intelligent systems, data mining, parallel and distributed processing pervasive computing, computer networks, scientific visualization, and algorithms. These research activities support the department’s two major areas of excellence: software engineering and critical infrastructure protection. The computer science department at Missouri S&T makes use of both its own computer learning center (CLC) as well as university CLCs. The CLC contains a mix of Linux and Windows computing platform. Class sizes are kept small to facilitate student and faculty interactions. Research laboratories provide support for both undergraduate and graduate students. These laboratories include: Computer Vision and Biomedical Imaging Laboratory Critical Infrastructure Protection Laboratory McDonnell Douglas Software Engineering Laboratory Natural Computation Laboratory Network Research Laboratory NSF Industry-University Research Center on Net-Centric Software Systems Laboratory Pervasive and Mobile Computing Laboratory Social Computing Research Laboratory Web and Wireless Computing (W2C) M.S. in Computer Science (thesis or non-thesis) Applicants are expected to have strong mathematical skills, competency in a modern programming language, and knowledge of the following computer science core subjects: Algorithms and Data Structures Computer Organization/Architecture Database and File Structures Discrete Mathematics Operating Systems