Graduate Programs in Computer Science and Computational Mathematics

Master of Science

Computer Science

Applied Mathematics


Degree Requirements

Application Procedure


Graduate Courses


This graduate degree is offered jointly by the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Indiana University South Bend. The goal of this program is to address the needs of people who already have work experience in technical or quantitative fields, people with undergraduate degrees in science, engineering or business, or people who simply wish to increase their level of skills and expertise in computing and applied mathematics.

The program will be tailored to individual student needs, and will consist of 33 credit hours. A student will choose to specialize either in computer science, in applied mathematics, or with the help of their advisor, specialize in both disciplines. A thesis and non-thesis option is available. Students wishing to follow the thesis option must complete 24 credit of coursework and 9 credits of thesis. No more than two 400 level courses may apply toward this degree program.

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