Design and Analyze Algorithms.
CCSU’s MA in Mathematics: Computer Science is designed for professionals in informational
sciences and students requiring additional mathematical background for doctoral programs.
The program provides an introduction to mathematics at an advanced level, as well
as an introduction to advanced topics in computer science.
- Starts every January and August
- 30- to 31-credit program
- Attend full- or part-time
- Classes offered evenings on campus
- Choice between completing a thesis or comprehensive exam, depending on specialty
- Financial aid is available
The median annual wage for computer and information research scientists was $126k
in May 2020. Employment of computer and information research scientists is projected
to grow 22% from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations.
- Deep understanding of analytic arguments, using such common notions as epsilon/delta,
infinite sums, and limits, and expand this to include such considerations for more
general spaces than the real numbers, such as spaces of functions
- Basic understanding of measure theory and the ability to use it to study the Lebesgue
- Deep understanding of basic algebraic and discrete notions, such as facts about vector
spaces and counting arguments, and expand this to include ideas about rings and fields
- Understanding of the fundamentals of computer science and the application of mathematics
to computer programming and/or software engineering