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Georgia State University fondly known as GSU is an enterprising public research institution that is located in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia and was founded in1913; it is the largest institution of higher education of the University System of Georgia and is included between the 4th research universities of the system. The GSU has eight academic colleges where they offer more than 250 graduate and undergraduate programs in a semester-based academic calendar. The most popular majors of undergraduate programs at the Georgia State University are psychology, biology/ Biological Sciences and Accounting. On the other hand, for graduate students, the popular programs include the College of Business, College of Law and College of Education. Also, the university is recognized as a leader in creating innovative approaches that help to grow the success of students from all academic, socio-economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Total tuition fee for 33 credits
The MS in Computer Science at GSU is a government-designated STEM degree and so international students may be eligible for the 24-month F1 OPT (optional practical training) extension.
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MS in Computer Science
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Required Prerequisite Courses. The credit hours in this section will not count toward the Master’s Degree. The student MUST take the following prerequisite courses, or have taken equivalent courses at the undergraduate level and received a grade no lower than a B in the following:
Required Courses (1 3 hours). A grade no lower than a B must be obtained.
*New courses under development.
Science Elective Courses (16 hours). The student must complete in these courses with a grade no lower than a B of at least two 8000-level course
Capstone Project/Thesis (4 hours)
Eligibility and Application Requirements
Applicants for the M.S. program must satisfy the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences which includes TOEFL (for non-English speaking International students). The Department of Computer Science has the following additional requirements:
Job Prospects and Placements for Computer Science at Georgia State University
In addition to publications, assistantships, coursework, examinations, presentations, and research, graduate students must complement their studies with mastery of core competencies. Employers expect recent graduates to demonstrate mastery of various skills when entering the workforce, and these core competencies are all aimed at helping you competitively navigate your career. To complement your graduate studies here at GSU, the Office of the Associate Provost for Graduate Programs offers information and resources, which are updated frequently, on these core competencies.
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