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Concentration in Emerging Topics in CS/CIS

The graduate concentration in emerging topics allows you to explore cutting-edge interests in the computing world.

Ready for Anything

The emerging topics concentration, available for both computer science and computer information systems degrees, is focused on research. You explore current issues and take focused look at topics of interest to your career.

Making your Mark

Emerging topics concentrations are valuable in many technical settings. Recent graduates are working at Capital One Financial Services, Technosoft Corp. and Verizon Communications.

CS Concentration Requirements

Required Course - 6 hrs.

  • CS 699: Thesis in Computer Information Systems - 6 hrs.

Elective Courses (choose one) - 3 hrs.

  • CS 697: Advanced Topics in Computer Information Systems - 3 hrs.
  • CS 698: Directed Individual Studies in Computer Information Systems - 3 hrs.

CIS Concentration Requirements

Required Course - 6 hrs.

  • CIS 699: Thesis in Computer Information Systems - 6 hrs.

Elective Courses (choose one) - 3 hrs.

  • CIS 697: Advanced Topics in Computer Information Systems - 3 hrs.
  • CIS 698: Directed Individual Studies in Computer Information Systems - 3 hrs.