• Master of Science in Computer Science: Program Benefits

    Monmouth’s competitive and comprehensive program in computer science focuses on new fields, preparing students in the areas of computer networks, network security, computer security, databases, and intelligent information systems. Monmouth has faculty members who are experts in each of these areas. Monmouth’s location near some of the region’s most high tech corporations allows for close working relationships that foster many joint research and development projects with students and faculty.

    A PROGRAM DESIGNED TO FIT YOUR NEEDS

    • learn from faculty members who are recognized experts in the field
    • expand your professional experience with real-time problems solved in hands-on classes
    • excel academically in small classes that provide individual attention

    For working adults, convenient flexible class schedules are offered. Bridge courses are available for those without an undergraduate computer science degree.


  • Computer Facilities

    MotherboardAll computer science majors are given accounts on a high-capacity Sun Microsystems Sun Fire V100 Solaris server as well as on a dual-processor Linux server. Both servers are remotely accessible via the Internet from on and off campus. Both servers make available the latest software development tools as well as database management systems for students’ research and course work needs. In addition, students have late-night access to two computer science department laboratories. One lab is equipped with 15 Windows PCs. The other lab, a dedicated Linux instructional lab, contains 25 state-of-the-art PCs. A select number of computers are made available 24 hours a day. All computers are on an Ethernet network and have high-speed access to the Internet. Additionally, the University has a wireless network with access points in many locations around campus. A select number of computers are made available 24 hours a day. All computers are on an Ethernet network and have high-speed access to the Internet. Additionally, the University has a wireless network with access points in many locations around campus.