The Master of Science program in Computer Science at Kennedy-Western University builds upon the fundamental skills of an undergraduate program, skills gained experientially or educationally. Advanced programming techniques, simulation, and modeling are introduced at the master's level. A deeper understanding of programming concepts and the basis of computer systems analysis and design continues with study of finite languages, and analysis of algorithms. Advanced topics in operating systems design and communications systems design are provided to enhance the student's capabilities in the use of computers in real world applications. Courses include Computer Science Theory, Systems Architecture, Relational Databases and Software Engineering.
ACCIS online masters degree programs are designed for the student who has completed a bachelor's degree and who desires to engage in advanced technology, management and/or business studies. The focus of ACCIS online is the development of appropriate planning methodologies for evaluating and applying a firm's resources and core competences to its business environment, matching these resources to the long-term mission and vision of the organization, and integrating these processes to develop strategies for sustaining competitive advantage. ACCISS online programs include:
- Masters of Computer Science