MS : Computer Science
A Computer Science Advanced Diploma at ICASR let you prepare for new innovation in technology. As a student in the Advanced Diploma in Computer Science with an Emphasis in related Subject or topic , you can develop a very innovative and fundamental skills that let you perform the creative application of software development.
Computer science students explore the foundations of business leaders and innovators of technology. You are perfectly trained to make your own innovations and you can function properly with new tools and applications.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Large Scale Data Processing
- Data Mining and Interpretation
- Programming Languages
- Data-based Decision Making
- Innovative Decision Making
- Computer Graphics Designing
- Operating Systems
- Search Engine Concepts
- Web Applications
- Algorithms and OOPS Concepts
CAREER OUTCOMESWork as an IT Professional
It will prepare you to work in the dynamic environment of software development and global IT Industry. Your career options include computer systems analyst, network specialists, database manager, software engineer, web application developer, SEO manager, and a perfect web developer and programmer.
Course FeaturesEPGPM - Oprations
- Lectures 150
- No of Hours 300 Hours
- Min Duration 1 Years
- Max Duration 1.5 Years
- Skill Level Advance
- Language English
- Students 1134
- Certificate MSCS
- Faculty World Class
- Recognition International
- Methodology Research Based
- Computer Architecture
- Computational Perception and Robotics
- Computer Graphics
- Databases and Software Engineering
- High-Performance Computing
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Information Security
- Interactive Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Modelling and Simulations
- Scientific Computing
- Social Computing
- Computer Systems
- Visual Analytics
Do you have to be a Computer Science undergraduate major to apply?
No, it is not required that a student have majored in CS but it is important that you have strong quantitative and analytical skills.
If I already have a MS or PhD degree in Computer Science from another institution, may I apply to the MS or PhD program at ICASR?
No, if you already have a MS degree in Computer Science from another school, you cannot apply to our MS program in Computer Science. However, if you have a MSCS degree from another institution, you may apply to our CS PhD program.
Are my units transferable?
Units are not transferable to the MSCS program. However, units may be transferable to the Ph.D. program. This determination is made via petition to the Registrar's Office AFTER attending our Ph.D. program for at least one quarter.
How am I assigned an advisor/guide?
Each MS student admitted to the CS program is assigned a faculty advisor within the two weeks following the start of autumn quarter by the Master's program administrator.
Each student spends the first few months becoming better acquainted with the various faculty and their research areas before aligning with a faculty member to pursue their doctoral research.
How do I submit an On-line application?
To apply on-line, go to apply now. Submit the online Graduate Admissions application
If I previously applied, can my application be re-activated?
No. We are not able to re-activate applications or supporting documents from previous applications. Re-applicants must follow the same application requirements as new applicants by submitting a new online application and new supporting documents.
What supporting documents should I send and where?
No paper materials will be accepted except 2 sets of official transcripts ( ONLY after we contact you to submit them). Otherwise, official copies of transcripts or e-transcripts must be uploaded onto the online application.
Can I reapply to the MS or Ph.D. program?
Yes, however you cannot apply more than once for the same academic year.
Can I get a waiver on the application fee?
Where can I list my publications and website?
Please list your publications (if any) and URL to your website on the supplementary form which is part of the online application. Please also list your publications and website on your resume.
How/When will I be notified of the admissions committee decision?
The Admissions office will send decision letters electronically for all applicants starting by mid Feb for PhD applicants and end of March for MS applicants.