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Master in Computer Science

Program OBJECTIVE

  • The MCS Program in Computer Science has been designed to provide opportunities for professional growth in this rapidly changing field.
  • The program provides a balance between practical applications-oriented content and a theoretical framework for continued learning.
  • To have the theoretical knowledge and education to be able to appraise a problem and define the computing requirements for its solution.
  • The program provides a balance between practical, up-to-date applications-oriented content, and a strong theoretical framework for continued learning.

  • LEARNING OUTCOME

  • The program provides a balance between practical, up-to-date applications-oriented content, and a strong theoretical framework for continued learning.
  • Understand the impact of computing solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern computing tools necessary for practice.
  • Graduates will have an understanding of the theory and concepts helping students to adapt contemporary advancement in the domain of computer science.

  • Programs Information

    Duration2.5 Years
    No. of Courses21
    Total Credit Hours66 Cr Hrs

    Courses

    First Semester
    Course IDCourse Title
    CS352Software Engineering II
    CS282Computer Organization and Assembly Language
    CS302Human Computer Interaction
    CS303Compiler Construction.
    CS305System Programming
    Second Semester
    Course IDCourse Title
    CS520Information Security and Assurance
    CS442Research Report
    CS440Professional Ethics
    CS457Digital Signal Processing
    CS305Data and Network Security
    Third Semester
    Course IDCourse Title
    ELC1Elective I
    ELC2Elective II
    MGT620Advance Research Methods
    CS513Advanced Computer Architecture
    CS512Advanced Operating Systems
    Fourth Semester
    Course IDCourse Title
    CS518Advanced Database Management Systems
    CS510Advanced Theory of Computation
    CS591Independent Study I
    CS592Independent Study II
    ELC3Elective III
    Fifth Semester
    Course IDCourse Title
    CS602THESIS DEFENSE
    CS601THESIS PROPOSAL