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Interested in furthering your education and knowledge of computer science? The computer science department offers a number of graduate certificates. Courses can be taken online, and are taught by experts in their chosen field. And if you decide to pursue a Master of Science in computer science, all of the computer science certificate courses you complete will count towards your degree.
Note: No course can be used to satisfy the requirements for more than one certificate.
Information Systems and Cloud Computing – For students interested in continuing their education in advanced data management technologies. Cloud computing, object-oriented database structure, data mining, and mobile database systems form the core of the curriculum.
Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems – For students interested in continuing their education in wireless systems and applications. Program coverage includes network architecture and protocols, computer communication and networking basics, principles of network security, and techniques for preventing, detecting and recovering from attacks.
Computational Intelligence – For students interested in continuing their education in the use and development of computational intelligence algorithms based on evolutionary computation, neural networks, fuzzy logic, and complex systems theory. Engineering students can also learn how to integrate common sense reasoning with computational intelligence elective courses such as data mining and knowledge discovery.
Big Data Management and Analytics – Students will receive the skills necessary to use and develop big data management, big data analytics, data mining, cloud computing, and business intelligence, thanks to the expertise of our computer science faculty. As the size and availability of datasets increase, so too do the challenges in efficiently and effectively sharing, analyzing, and visualizing information. Proficiency in big data analytics requires knowledge in interdisciplinary areas including computer science, business information technology, mathematics and statistics, and electrical and computer engineering.
Big Data Management and Security – Students will receive the skills necessary to use and develop big data management, big data security, data mining, cloud computing, and business intelligence, thanks to the expertise of our computer science faculty. Significant data growth leads to challenges in efficiently and securely sharing, accessing, and analyzing big data. Proficiency in big data management and security requires knowledge in interdisciplinary areas including computer science, business information technology, mathematics and statistics, and electrical and computer engineering.
CyberSecurity – Protecting information systems is key to protecting the nation's critical infrastructures. Only through diligence and a well-trained workforce will we be able to adequately defend the nation's vital information resources. Cyber Security has one of the largest demands for an educated workforce within the federal, state, and industry domains. Forbes predicts one million Cyber Security job openings. This certificate meets a majority of the requirements for the National Initiative for Cyber Security Education (NICE) standards for the NSA-DHS Center of Academic Excellence program.
Computer Science Department
Missouri University of Science and Technology
500 West 15th Street
325 Computer Science Building
Rolla, MO 65409-0350