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Computer Science: Interdisciplinary, M.S.

Master of Science

The Computer Science (M.S.) with Interdisciplinary track prepares future leaders in the computer science and information technology industry. This thirty (30) credit program is designed to be flexible, giving students the ability to take between six and 12 credits devoted to developing skills in areas such as management, communication, planning, and decision-making. A combination of hybrid learning options are available to accommodate your learning style.

Program Fast Facts

  • 30 credits (10 courses) total
  • 18-24 credits (6-8 courses) are advanced computer science courses (with the option of a six-credit thesis)
  • 6-12 credits (or 2-4 courses) are interdisciplinary, to allow student to explore advanced topics in management, communication, and decision-making
  • Flexible combination of online and in-person learning options

MS in Computer Science checksheet (requirements)

  • Admissions Requirements and Deadlines
    • Application
    • Official transcripts from all previous colleges or universities
    • Three letters of recommendation


    Fall semester: August 1st

    Spring semester: December 1st

    Summer sessions: May 1st

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Computer Science, Interdisciplinary track (M.S.)

    The M.S. in Computer Science program at Kutztown University provides advanced study on standards surrounding the information technology and computer science industry. With the advent of the Interdisciplinary track, professionals will receive additional education needed to advance within their organizations.

    The program will provide computer science professionals to:

    • Be able to provide knowledge from outside the discipline of computer science or information technology in combination of the field of study
    • Apply design principles pertaining to advanced topics in computer science or information technology
    • Demonstrate an understanding of design principles pertaining to advanced topics in computer science and/or information technology

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