Course Requirements

Introductory Major Field Courses

Advanced Major Field Courses

Artificial Intelligence

Computational Sciences

Computer Game Development

Computer Graphics

Computer Networks

Computer Systems

Computer Vision

Data Analysis and Data Mining

Data Storage

Human-Computer Interaction

Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.

A&S 491


This course introduces students to the research base of organizational theory, the politics of education, and foundations of building level instructional leadership. Multiple theories are examined in light of the students? experience in educational settings. This examination of theory in light of experience provides the students with a framework for analyzing both familiar educational institutions and the theories that support educational institutions. Through a study of administrative and organizational theory using those settings with which students are most familiar, students will become more reflective of the theoretical base that will inform their future practice as administrators.
Status as an Advanced Masters Education student is a prerequisite for this class.

GAM 391


This game programming class will focus on developing software to efficiently use the fixed CPU power and resources that are found in today's console and mobile devices. This course will use real-world game examples that demonstrate performance and optimization issues that software architects face in game development. These problems include: performance enhancements through extended matrix instruction set, dynamic memory usages, performance related to increasing run-time systems to very large scale, C++ language enhancements and extensions, algorithms, streaming and profiling. PREREQUISITE(S): (CSC 301 or CSC 383 or CSC 393) and CSC 374

ECT 365


This course will provide students with basic web server management and implementation skills, covering both the technologies fundamental to web servers operations and how these technologies impact the planning, installation, operations and management of web servers. Internet protocols, naming and routing. Site and service planning for different types of service offerings. Server configuration, maintenance and log analysis. Advanced management topics such as server farms, application servers, proxy and edge servers. PREREQUISITE(S): IT230