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One Mic Stand: Duquesne's Master in Computer Science Program Built for Flexibility

Interview by Jonathan Kersting

Duquesne University Master of Science Computer ScienceIt might be one of the Pittsburgh region's best-kept secrets, but not for long. You can gain new, in-demand technical skills and focus on real-world applications with a Master of Science in Computer Science degree from Duquesne University.

Duquesne's Dr. Jeff Jackson, Graduate Director and Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, and David Berdik, Instructor Computer Science, step up to the One Mic Stand Podcast to detail how you can unlock a world of possibilities with a program built to help working professionals and recent graduates with bachelor's degrees excel in their careers and make meaningful contributions to the industry. 

The Master of Science in Computer Science program at Duquesne University offers a comprehensive education in computing, focusing on current research areas, with opportunities for involvement in faculty research projects and publications, and without comprehensive examinations. The program offers:

  • Part-time and full-time enrollment available
  • Non-thesis program
  • No GRE required, unless seeking an assistantship
  • Competitive tuition rate

Applications due July 1 for Fall 2024 start. Learn more here.