Syracuse University’s M.S. in Computer Science | Online
Prepare to create groundbreaking solutions for future technological challenges with Syracuse University’s online computer science master’s program.
Advance Your Career With Top-Ranked Syracuse– U.S. News & World Report has ranked our online information technology programs among the top 24 online master’s programs in computer science fields.1
No GRE Required to Apply– We review applications holistically, seeking students who are passionate about computer systems and determined to shape the future of technology.
15-Month Program — Students can complete this 30-credit program in as few as 15 months.
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Prepare to Meet a Growing Demand
Cohort start dates per year
In-person immersion weekend
Projected increase in demand for information security analysts from 2020 to 20302
Developed to Solve Future Tech Challenges
In our technology-driven world, skilled computer science professionals are needed to design leading-edge solutions to complex computational challenges. Syracuse University’s online M.S. in Computer Science program prepares students to spearhead groundbreaking innovation across industries.
As an online master’s student, you will gain advanced knowledge in critical areas such as security and assurance, artificial intelligence, computer architecture, and advanced programming—and prepare for a career at the forefront of computer science.
Explore theory, fundamentals and application in online courses.
Learn from faculty with years of industry experience.
Participate in virtual immersions with tech leaders.
Our curriculum was designed by world-class faculty to help you grow your expertise in developing assured and optimized systems. Through customizable electives, you can develop specialized knowledge and skills in machine learning, biometrics, software modeling, computer and internet security, and more.
Graduate prepared to drive new developments in the field, excel in a wide variety of industries and join the College of Engineering and Computer Science’s global alumni network of more than 20,000 tech professionals.