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Master in Computer Science


Every day of our world's move to an information society, key solutions are provided by computer science, also known as informatics. No other discipline has grown so fast in such a short time and is constantly finding new uses for information technology.
The Faculty of Information Technology at Applied Science University offers a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science (MSCS) program thatcovers a broad range of computer science topics, and leads to degree following the international standard. The skills at the Master level include the skills of a Bachelor to an enhanced extent. MSCS is designed for those who have already completed a BSc. degree in Computer Science or a related major.

MSCS indicates two things to prospective employers. First, it guarantees that you have a broad grounding in computer science as a discipline. Second, it certifies that you have studied a particular area in detail and thus have additional depth in a particular specialty. Both components are important to the Master's program.
The Program objectives of the master's degree in Computer Science are:

- The degree prepares students for highly skilled programming careers in industry and society.
- The degree prepares you for leadership roles in your industry career.
- The degree prepares you for the increasingly sophisticated application of computers to the needs of industry and society
- Building the knowledge and give the skills in research and innovation in the field of computer science to - prepare students for graduate study at the doctoral level.
- To provide students with the tools needed to compete in any marketplace.

The two tracks of Msc in computer science are:

Master of Computer Science Comprehensive Examination Track Option

The faculty also sought to attract members of a distinguished teaching staff and worked to develop their skills through various workshops. The faculty also sent a number of distinguished students and also recently approved the request for full-time faculty for one of the faculty members. The faculty also attracts outstanding students by setting up a series of competitions that will give discounts to the early students based on their results, including the future programmers' competition and the MPAS competition in previous years.​

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