Master of Science in Computer Science
The overall mission of the Master of Science in Computer Science program is to prepare computer systems professionals to undertake leadership roles in business, industrial, and technology-based organizations. The program will have an overall emphasis on distributed computer systems, addressing both the architecture and the applications of the systems.
To be considered as having adequate preparation for the computer science master’s program, students must present evidence of having completed courses equivalent to the following UT Permian Basin undergraduate computer science and mathematics courses. Students not adequately prepared may be admitted conditionally with the requirement that any courses in this list not already completed be completed with a grade of B or better. Students admitted conditionally to computer science must complete assigned requirements before beginning the actual degree program.
- COSC 1430, 2430 – Introduction to Computer Science 1 and 2
- COSC 3310 – Digital Computer Organization
- COSC 3312 – Discrete Mathematics
- COSC 3315 – Information Systems
- COSC 3420 – Data Structures
- MATH 2413, 2414 – Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1 and 2
Transfer of Credit
Up to six (6) semester hours of graduate credit may be accepted for transfer from approved institutions. The student must have earned at least a grade of B in the transferred course, and the credit transfer must be approved by the department chair and the student's advisor.
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