Graduate Certificate Programs (graduate/certificates)

Graduate Certificate Programs

The Computer Science department offers graduate certificate programs to students meeting the regular admission requirements for the master's program. Each certificate program is self-contained and highly focused, comprising 12 or more credits. Most of the courses may be used toward the master's degree, as well as for the certificate.

Cloud Computing
  • CS 522 Mobile Systems and Applications
  • CS 548 Enterprise Software Architecture and Design
  • CS 549 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
  • CS 594 Enterprise Security and Information Assurance
Databases
  • CS 546 Web Programming
  • CS 561 Database Management Systems I
  • CS 562 Database Management Systems II
  • CS 574 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
Cybersecurity
  • CS 503 Discrete Mathematics for Cryptography
  • CS 578 Privacy in a Networked World
  • CS 579 Foundations of Cryptography
  • CS 600 Advanced Algorithm Design and Implementation
Enterprise Security and Information Assurance
  • CS 548 Enterprise Software Architecture and Design
  • CS 573 Fundamentals of CyberSecurity
  • CS 578 Privacy in a Networked World
  • CS 594 Enterprise Security and Information Assurance
Health Informatics
  • CS 513 Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
  • CS 544 Health Informatics
  • CS 548 Enterprise Software Architecture and Design
  • CS 578 Privacy in a Networked World
Service Oriented Computing
  • CS 545 Human-Computer Interaction
  • CS 548 Enterprise Software Architecture and Design
  • SOC 606 Introduction to Developing Internet Applications
  • SOC 611 Fundamentals of Service Oriented Computing

In place of SOC606, one of the following may be taken instead:

  • CS 546 Web Programming
  • CS 549 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
Multimedia Experience and Management
  • CS 537 Interactive Computer Graphics
  • CS 538 Visual Analytics
  • CS 545 Human-Computer Interaction
  • SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering

In place of CS538, one of the following may be taken instead:

  • CS 539 Real-Time Rendering, Gaming, and Simulations Programming
  • CS 638 Advanced Computer Graphics
Enterprise Computing
  • CS 526 Enterprise and Cloud Computing
  • CS 548 Enterprise Software Architecture and Design
  • CS 549 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
  • CS 561 Database Management Systems I
Enterprise Security and Risk Management
  • CS 306 Introduction to IT Security
  • CS 548 Enterprise Software Architecture and Design
  • CS 594 Enterprise Security and Information Assurance
Network and Systems Administration
  • CS 520 Introduction to Operating Systems
  • CS 521 TCP/IP Networking
  • CS 615 Systems Administration
  • CS 669 Network Management
Distributed Systems
  • CS 521 TCP/IP Networking
  • CS 549 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing

and 2 of the following:

  • CS 511 Concurrent Programming
  • CS 520 Introduction to Operating Systems
  • CS 522 Mobile Systems and Applications
  • CS 546 Web Programming
Computer Systems
  • CS 514 Computer Architecture
  • CS 520 Introduction to Operating Systems

and 2 of the following:

  • CS 511 Concurrent Programming
  • CS 516 Compiler Design
  • CS 521 TCP/IP Networking
  • CS 522 Mobile Systems and Applications
  • CS 549 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
Computer Graphics
  • CS 537 Interactive Computer Graphics
  • CS 558 Computer Vision
  • CS 600 Advanced Algorithm Design and Implementation
  • CS 638 Advanced Computer Graphics

In place of either CS638 or CS558:

  • CS 539 Real-Time Rendering, Gaming, and Simulations Programming
Foundations of Computer Science
  • CS 550 Computer Organization and Programming
  • CS 570 Introduction to Programming in C++
  • CS 590 Algorithms
  • MA 502 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
A.I. For Gaming
  • CS 541 Artificial Intelligence
  • CS 585 Introduction to Game Development
  • CS 586 Machine Learning for Game Design
  • CS 587 Game Engine Design
Graphics For Gaming
  • CS 537 Interactive Computer Graphics
  • CS 539 Real-Time Rendering, Gaming, and Simulations Programming
  • CS 585 Introduction to Game Development
  • CS 587 Game Engine Design
  • CS 638 Advanced Computer Graphics

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