Master of Computer ScienceArizona State University
The Master of Computer Science (MCS) degree program from Arizona State University provides high-quality instruction combined with real-world experience through applied projects. You’ll gain a deep understanding of cutting-edge topics like AI, cybersecurity, blockchain, and big data.
This degree is delivered 100% online, providing the flexibility for you to learn on your own schedule. Upon completion, you’ll earn the same degree as students who study on-campus.
Study topics from the cutting edge of computer science.
You’ll learn how to perform accurate computer analysis, computational processes, and information transfer systems; leverage cloud platforms to increase productivity and effectiveness; address problems in automated planning and scheduling, natural language processing, multi-agent systems, and the semantic web; design, build, and protect secure systems; improve software reliability and network security; and invent next-generation computer systems such as biomedical information systems, search engines, or package distribution systems.
Leverage unique opportunities from the most innovative school in the US.
U.S. News and World Report named ASU the most innovative university for four consecutive years. As an ASU MCS student, you can opt to work with on-campus organizations such as the one-of-a-kind Blockchain Research Laboratory, offering a rich ecosystem of partners including private companies and government agencies. Coursework includes applied problems that are relevant to modern businesses.
Complete a rigorous set of assignments, projects, and exams guided by the same professors that teach on campus.
Designed for students seeking to expand their knowledge of computer science or computation, this program reflects the dual nature of computer science as both a scientific and engineering discipline by placing emphasis on both theory and practical applications.
A Pathway into the degree.
If you do not meet the GPA or prerequisite knowledge admission criteria, we have alternate options for you to demonstrate your capability.
When you graduate, you’ll be able to:
– Design, build, and protect secure systems that contain private information
– Address problems in automated planning and scheduling, natural language processing, multi-agent systems, and the semantic web
– Leverage cloud platforms to increase productivity and effectiveness
– Perform accurate analysis of computers, computational processes, and information transfer systems
– Improve software reliability and network security
– Invent next-generation computer systems such as biomedical information systems, search engines, or package distribution systems