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The University of New Haven, fondly called UNH, is a private coed institution that was founded in 1920 located in West Haven, Connecticut. The UNH has been named the 100th best university in the northeastern United States by the US News and is very famous for its engineering programs and It utilizes a 4-1-4-based academic calendar. The university has about 100 undergraduate programs and 50 graduate programs coming from their 5 colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business, the Tagliatela College of Engineering, the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences and the College of Fine Arts. The major that has more students enrolled is the criminal justice and forensic sciences programs, followed by the arts and sciences programs.
Total tuition fee for 30 credits
The MS in Computer Science at New Haven 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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The MS degree in Computer Science offered by the University of New Haven is a masters program designed to provide students with a solid foundation of skills and advanced knowledge in the computer science, preparing them for advanced roles in their chosen area of specialization.
The program looks to equip its students with the ability to adapt to this ever-evolving field, and to set the stage for them to enact evolutionary change of there own as well.
Below are the core courses or/and important courses you are most likely to encounter during the duration of the MS program in Computer Science at the University of New Haven:
To see more of the graduate courses, click HERE.
Eligibility and Application Requirements
The following is a list of requirements applicants must fulfill in order to successfully apply for the MS degree in Computer Science at the University of New Haven:
For more information, click HERE.
It is important to note that fulfilling these requirements does not grant you automatic admission into the University of New Haven, however, failure to comply with any of the given requirements might lead to the automatic decline of your application. It is not unheard of for student who do not fully satisfy the basic requirements to gain admission. If you fall into this category, make sure to contact the department about this and seek information on how to proceed.
Job Prospects and Placements for Computer Science at University of New Haven