M.S. in Computer Science, Security of Computer Systems and Networks, Non-Thesis Track
|Foundation Requirements (12 credits) 1|
|CS-502||Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science||3|
|CS-503||Data Structures and Algorithms||3|
|CS-505||Operating Systems Concepts||3|
|Program Requirements (30 credits)|
|CS-517||Database Design and Management||3|
|CS-518||Fundamentals of Computer Security and Cryptography||3|
|CS-520||Introduction to Intelligent Systems||3|
|CS-611||Secure Web Services Design||3|
|Select 12 Credits from courses designated with Course*Type CISEL||12|
Up to 12 credits may be waived upon evaluation of prior academic preparation.
- Possession of a baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.75 overall GPA and a 3.0 in the undergraduate major, preferably in the sciences or engineering.
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Two semesters of Calculus (I and II) with grades of “C” or better.
- Two semesters of computer programming courses within the past five years (equivalent to Monmouth’s CS-175 Introduction to Computer Science I (3 cr.), CS-175L Introduction to Computer Science I lab (1 cr.) and CS-176 Introduction to Computer Science II (3 cr.), CS-176L Introduction to Computer Science II Lab (1 cr.) ) at a recognized institution with a grade of “B” or better. Applicants not meeting these requirements for programming experience may be required to take CS-501A Computer Programming Essentials (3 cr.) or its equivalent.