Your future in COMPUTER SCIENCE

Do you have a background in computer science and a desire to take your skills to the next level? The executive master’s in computer science with concentrations in data science and cybersecurity will help you become an expert, master the latest technologies and rise through the ranks. Available at UNT’s New College at Frisco, the program is designed for experienced working professionals who want to build upon their expertise. And it’s built with your convenience in mind. Classes are offered in 8-week sessions on nights and weekends during three sessions each year, so you can schedule it around your work and family life. You can earn professional certifications along the way to earning your master’s degree to distinguish yourself as an expert in data science or cybersecurity.

The one-of-a kind executive master’s program, offered through UNT’s College of Engineering, gives you the best of many worlds:

  • Expertise: The faculty are industry leaders and experienced professionals.
  • Reputation: UNT’s computer science and engineering is one of oldest in the nation and is ranked among the Top 10 in Texas by Best-Engineering-Colleges.com.
  • Connections: The computer science and engineering alumni network is well established and growing.
  • Value: The program ranked 4th in the nation for best annual return on investment value for computer science degrees by PayScale.com.
  • Professional Development: You can earn certifications as part of your degree or as stand-alone professional development certifications:
    • 2 classes=Bronze certification
    • 4 classes=Silver certification
    • 6 classes=Gold certification

See current courses offered at UNT's New College at Frisco

For more information

Contact: Stephanie Deacon
Email: Stephanie.Deacon@unt.edu
Phone: (940) 565-4174

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Take the next step

You must be an admitted UNT student to take courses at UNT's New College at Frisco. Students may enroll in courses at the Frisco location, UNT or online to fulfill their degree requirements.

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