If you’re looking to broaden your knowledge of computer systems, look no further. Our master’s in computer science program is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in computers – whether that’s computer science, information technology, information systems, or something similar. Your reward: a wider range of career opportunities in this in-demand field.
Study the cutting edge technologies you’ll need to know on the job – like cybersecurity, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and mobile computing. This 36-credit online Master of Science in Computer Science is offered at the New Rochelle and Bronx campuses in New York. Students without a computer background may enter the computer science master's program after taking additional foundation courses.
Focus on the theory of AI, problems in the field of AI, and techniques and algorithms for solving those problems. You'll be exposed to applications of AI in game programming, intelligent agents, neural networks, pattern recognition, data mining, and more.
Looking to earn your master's in computer science without CS undergrad prerequisites? Depending on your undergraduate experience, you may be required to take foundation core courses before beginning the master’s in computer science program.
Courses are offered online or on campus on weekends. Your admissions counselor will advise you about whether or not you need this foundation courses.
The King Graduate School offers a Professional Experience Track for students who need additional professional work experience to supplement their academic program. Students in the Professional Experience Track are required to enroll in and complete at least two, one-credit internship courses. Each internship opportunity must be approved by the Dean and the Office of Career Services as an appropriate match for the student’s academic program.
The computer skills I gained at King helped me immensely during the technical portion of my job interview.
MS Computer Science, 2017
Systems Engineer, Hendrick Hudson School District
Is a master's in computer science worth it? According to The New York State Department of Labor, IT job postings in New York State have increased by 74% since April 2010, and the state ranks first in year-over-year percentage change.