PhD in Computer
A doctorate in computer science builds on prior
knowledge, education, and experience in the field. The degree typically
takes 4-5 years to complete, and involves independent study
and research in a focused area of interest. Doctorate programs include
coursework and research that culminate in a final dissertation.
This exciting software
industry focused master’s degree opens digital sector job opportunities up to
students with non-technical backgrounds. If you are a finalist or recent
graduate in any subject wanting to boost your employability, this innovative
course will develop your knowledge and skills to provide a pathway to success
in the digital era.
Data Science MS
Data science brings together computational and
statistical skills for data-driven problem solving, which is in increasing
demand in fields such as finance, medicine and management. This MSc will equip
students with the analytical tools to design sophisticated technical solutions
using modern computational methods and with an emphasis on rigorous statistical
The Master of Science in Information Security degree
program 2021 prepares students for a professional career in Information Security.
MS in Software Engineering
The Software Engineering master’s degree
program is designed to prepare students for professional practice, as
well as further studies and research in the software engineering field.
MS Information Technology
Learn to identify and implement technologies
that drive growth and provide competitive differentiators for any organization.
A Master of Science in Information Technology degree from Superior University
can provide you with marketable IT skills that can help you serve as a bridge
between IT and your organization’s management. This program emphasizes
practical skills as you’ll analyze business needs, determine information
systems requirements and apply current technologies.
MS Computer Science
The Master of Computer Science (MCS)
is a degree program that includes advanced coursework in artificial
intelligence, databases, interactive computing, software engineering,
scientific computing, and high-performance computing. A well-known track
specifically for studies in data science (the MCS-DS) is available