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Master of Science in Computer Science

Master of Science in Computer Science

Emphases:

  • Computer Science
  • Embedded Systems

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Get work experience as you study. Get job enhancement and growth. Qualify for new fields of employment. Earn up to an additional $12k to $20k annually. Gain ease of entry into the field. Learn from highly qualified and diversely experienced faculty.

What the degree teaches

  • Software architecture, engineering, and development
  • Network security
  • Distributed systems (cloud computing)
  • Embedded systems (small electronics in all new technology)
  • Algorithms
MS in Computer Science student 

MS in Computer Science students    

Questions?

Email or call for information about everything from admission to graduation. 

Tyson Hall
Program Coordinator

tyson@southern.edu
423.236.2916


Graduate Faculty

 

Scot Anderson—Ph.D. (2007)
Associate Professor

M.S. and Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Lincoln
B.S., Southwestern Adventist University

scot@southern.edu
423.236.2938

Tyson Hall—Ph.D. (2005)
Professor of Computing

B.S., M.S., and Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta

tyson@southern.edu
423.236.2916

Richard Halterman—Ph.D. (1987)
Dean and Professor of Computing

Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville
M.S., Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton
B.S., Florida Southern College, Lakeland

halterman@southern.edu
423.236.2871

Timothy Korson—Ph.D. (1995)
Professor of Computing

Ph.D., Georgia State University, Atlanta
M.S., Ohio University
B.A., Atlantic Union College

korson@southern.edu
423.236.2605


 

 

 

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