The following graduate certificate programs are available:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Communication Networks
- Software Engineering
- Systems and Architecture
- Information Assurance
Admission Requirements Individuals with an undergraduate degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 are eligible to apply for the programs. Individual programs may have additional requirements. International students and non-native English speakers must meet additional requirements as prescribed by the Graduate Studies office.
Program Structure The programs are designed to allow completion by most individuals within a single academic year. Each certificate requires completion of four courses (12 semester hours), and usually involve a combination of core and elective courses. Specific course requirements are described in the individual plan descriptions. Prerequisite courses for the programs must have been completed with a grade of B or better.
Other Information No more than one course with a grade of C (or lower) is allowed in any certificate program. Students who are admitted to the M.S. degree program in Computer Science may transfer credits for certificate courses to a relevant concentration in the M.S. program. Students currently in the M.S. degree program in Computer Science may also complete certificate programs as part of their studies.
For More Information For additional information regarding the graduate certificate program, please contact graduate advising. Students should also meet with the advisor upon admission to develop a plan of study.
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