Missouri university starts admissions for MS/ BS in Computer Science course

MISSOURI State University (MSU), long-established University of the Midwest United States, has invited applications for the ‘MS/BS in Computer Science’. The Programme is designed for those students who want to expand and improve their knowledge of computer sciences.

The ‘MS/ BS in Computer Science course’ prepares the student to pursue a dynamic career that directly contributes to innovation and progress of an individual. Explaining the same, Brad Bodenhausen, associate vice president of International Programmes, said, “The Computer Science Programme at Missouri State is a dynamic course that directly contributes to innovation and progress of a student. Our graduate programme in Computer Science prepares students for advanced, well-paid jobs in the field. Here, we involve our students in cutting edge projects under the direction of experienced faculty.”

Explaining about the programme, Bodenhausen added, “Under this Computer Science Programme, graduate students get an opportunity to directly work with faculty in state-of-the-art research labs. We have facilities of Autonomous Robotics and Complex Systems (ARCS) Laboratory, and Multimedia Systems and Communications (MuSyC) Laboratory. Students can undertake research on areas including Internet of Things, Evolutionary Computing, Data Mining, Multimedia, and Informative Assurance.”

MSU has also announced scholarships for MS/BS Programme students.

Eligibility criteria for the MS Computer Science Programme

Admission Requirements:

  • Completion of a bachelor’s degree with a 2.75/4.0 GPA.
  • Minimum 290 GRE Score.\Online application and $60 application fee.

Adequate financial support documents for one year of study.

Meet one of the following English proficiency requirements:
1. TOEFL-iBT of 79, IELTS -6.0, or

2. Completion of level 6 Graduate Capstone Course at the Missouri State English Language Institute.

Total FEE for MS-Computer Science Programme (Est. expenses for 1 academic year): $12,444

Eligibility criteria for BS Computer Science Programme

Admission Requirements:

Completion of accredited high school(X, XI, XII) with 2.5/4.0GPA (average of about 65 per cent).

Meet one of the following English proficiency requirements:
1. TOEFL-iBT of 61, IELTS -5.5, or

2. Completion of Level 5 at the Missouri State English Language Institute

SAT is not mandatory

Online application and $50 application fee.

Total FEE for BS-Computer Science Programme (Est. expenses for 1 academic year): $13,789

Date of General Application Deadlines: April 30, 2019

Scholarships

Missouri State University has also announced an International Excellence Scholarship of $7,500per year for BS students who have secured 1160 or above (or ACT 24) and $2,500 for MS students who have more than 3.25 CGPA in their graduation. Applicants to the Computer Science Programme are eligible for this scholarship.

Eligibility criteria for UG Scholarships:

  • Any student with an SAT score of 1160 or above (or ACT 24) is eligible for International Excellence Scholarship.
  • Strong academic record
  • Student must enroll at Missouri State University within 24 months of completion of high school and have qualifying test scores on file prior to the first semester of enrolment to qualify for a scholarship.

Eligibility criteria for PG Scholarship:

  • Any students with more than 3.25 CGPA in their graduation.
  • Strong academic record.
  • Automatic award for qualified applicants.

Why choose MS/BS in Computer Science at MSU:

  • This degree is a great resume builder and a great way to advance your career.
  • Computer science is a perfect addition to any master Programme of study.
  • Computer science provides a highly valuable skill set that can be used in many different areas of technology, science, and mathematics.
  • Career possibilities are ever changing in computer science, and, any area of interest a student has can be related to growing employment needs.

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