About Master of Science in CSS

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Master of Science in Computer Science and Systems (MSCSS)

The Master of Science in Computer Science and Systems (MSCSS) degree builds a solid foundation for advanced careers in computer science. Develop your breadth of understanding of the latest applied and theoretical concepts within computer science through study and research guided by renowned faculty and industry fellows. You may choose to pursue a thesis or capstone project, or expand your learning by exploring a variety of electives.

The Institute of Technology benefits from a close relationship with our local high-tech industry partners. Our students gain real-world perspective through their classroom experiences. Graduates are working as software development engineers, program managers, cybersecurity experts, data scientists, and systems developers at industry leaders around the globe, driving growth, innovation and change.

The 2016 - 2017 University of Washington Tacoma Catalog of all degree programs can be found by clicking here. The Institute of Technology degree programs have been indexed for easier navigation.

We'd like to discuss your future in Computer Science with you. To learn more about our program, send us an email at uwtech@uw.edu or call us at 253-692-5860.


Admission Requirements - MSCSS

Applicants must provide evidence of the successful completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution with at least a 3.0 GPA.

All applicants must demonstrate successful completion of preparatory coursework prior to their formal application to the master's program. For more information please click the button for the Admission Requirements website.