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Loyola University Chicago

Department of Computer Science

Curriculum

Prerequisites

Graduate students in the Computer Science, Software Engineering, and Information Technology Masters programs are expected to complete the equivalent of foundational first and second year courses in Computer Science prior to enrolling in graduate courses (with the exception of COMP 417: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing). If you have been admitted to the program, the Graduate Program Director may ask you to take one or both of the following during your first semester of studies.

These new courses allow you to gain prerequisite background in a more accelerated format than previously required of our students and both are offered during evening hours (and eventually online). Please note that as these are prerequisite courses numbered below 400, they do not count toward your graduate degree completion. The Graduate Program Director will inform you whether you need to take these courses.

Please contact the Graduate Program Director with any questions at gpd@cs.luc.edu

See also Programming Prerequisites to get an idea of what sort of material you should know before taking graduate courses in our department.

 

Required Course

Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Track

Technology Management (TM) Track

Information Assurance (IA) Track

Enterprise Networking (EN) Track

18 Credits of General Electives

This is generally 6 three-credit courses. The courses do not need to be in any track: All 400 level Computer Science courses and 400+ level CSIS courses (cross listed with the Business School) are allowed. Electives may include up to 6 credits of COMP 490: Independent Project and/or COMP 499: Internship.

Be sure to look at the Schedules page to find links for what specific courses are offered in any one semester or quarter.

Loyola

Computer Science Department · Lewis Towers, Suite 520
Water Tower Campus · 820 N. Michigan Avenue · Chicago, Illinois 60611, U.S.A.
Phone: 312.915.7999 · Fax: 312.915.7998 · E-mail: info@cs.luc.edu

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