The Master of Science degree requires 30 graduate credit hours of course work including a thesis or 33 graduate credit hours of course work including a project. The program is intended to satisfy the need to train professionals with expertise using modern computing tools and cutting-edge technology as well as practical knowledge of theoretical computer science. Students will focus on such areas as data mining, scientific computing, data visualization, or state-of-the-art graphics and animation technologies. Undergraduates are prepared to learn to use the latest advanced applications, while graduates are highly-trained professionals ready to begin work using such applications.
A criminal justice B.S. program is designed to give the student a thorough understanding of all aspects of the criminal justice system. The program prepares individuals to become working professionals in the criminal justice field. Graduates may choose to continue their studies to become lawyers or criminal justice teachers.
The BS degree in Accounting is designed to help in preparing professionals in the field of accounting & finance for the better implementation of best reporting practices national and multinational organizations. The main objective of the program is to offer the distinctive opportunity to study the theory and practice relating to accounting and develop the proficiency in the application of accounting, auditing, and taxation & finance principles.