Designing, implementing and testing a large-scale software program requires a diverse set of skills, both technical and managerial. The online MS in Computer and Information Science from Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU) offers an innovative, cutting-edge curriculum that provides you with the theoretical knowledge as well as the hands-on skills you need to successfully develop and lead major software projects from conception to launch.
NDNU is the only institution in the San Francisco Bay Area to offer a master’s in Computer and Information Science entirely online. As a university located near Silicon Valley, the heart of the U.S. software industry and center for high-tech innovation, we are able to take advantage of our proximity to events, developments, and experts to create a valuable and compelling program for our online students, no matter where they reside.
Learn to Manage Information in the Real World
At NDNU, we do more than tell you how the software-creation process works—we show you. The program’s comprehensive approach, which incorporates collaborative problem-solving and teamwork, simulates the way you will actually work within an organization. With intensive coursework in software analysis and architecture, advanced object-oriented technology, and project management, you will build up your skills in design development, testing, and implementation, and then apply them to a major project, gaining indispensable practical experience and insight.
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The NDNU Advantage
At Notre Dame de Namur University, we offer professionally-oriented programs in an environment where our commitment to teaching and learning is combined with our institutional values of ethics, social justice, and service to the community. Our professors are dedicated to providing you with a meaningful education that you can call on today and build upon in the future. Discover how learning online with NDNU can help guide you toward a rewarding and fulfilling career in computer and information science.
Find out more about the online master’s in Computer and Information Science: call 855-275-1088 to speak with an admissions advisor or you can request more information.
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