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Cleveland State University
Chansu Yu, Chair, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Haodong Wang, Graduate Program Director The Computer Science (CS) track in the Master of Computer and Information Science (MCIS) program at Cleveland State University is a specialized degree program designed to prepare students for careers as computer science professionals.
There are a number of active, externally funded, projects in areas such as computer network security, software engineering, mobile computing, distributed computing, and computer science education.
Students in the MCIS-CS program have a wide range of options, allowing them to focus their studies on topics such as systems programming, database development, networks, security, and others.
Master of Computer and Information Science - Information Systems
The Information Systems (IS) track in the Master of Computer and Information Science (MCIS) program at Cleveland State University is a specialized degree program designed to prepare students for careers as information professionals.
Specializations within the program allow students to build specific skill sets in areas such as: information security, information technology management and business analytics.
In addition to meeting the Admission Requirements for the Graduate College, applicants to the MCIS-IS program must meet the following requirements: Students who do not have an undergraduate degree in Information Systems or a related discipline will be required to complete the following preparatory courses with a grade of 'B' or better.
For international students, complete application packages, including a completed application form, transcripts for all college-level work, and appropriate GRE/GMAT and TOEFL scores, must be received by the application deadline: Although the Information Systems Department makes every effort to honor students’ requested dates of admission, this is not always possible.
Applicants to the MCIS program must meet the Admission Requirements for the Graduate College, as well as the Admission Requirements for the MCIS program.
Faculty publications over the past few years have been in the areas of multimedia computing, database analysis and design, numerical analysis, optimization, performance measurement and evaluation, operating system design, data communications and network design, artificial intelligence, new computing paradigms, simulation, object-oriented systems analysis and design, object-oriented programming, and decision-support systems evaluation and selection.