About Monroe College
Monroe College was founded in 1933 with a single goal: To educate men and women for a successful future. Monroe is recognized as a leader in providing a focused, career-oriented, quality education that integrates classroom learning with real-world experience. Monroe offers a range of certificate, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Monroe is more than a college. It is a family, a future, a path to your career. Students, instructors, and staff work together to reach their goals and to have each other’s backs. Monroe works with you to jumpstart your career from day one. The practical skills you learn, your internships, the relationships you build with employers in your field — they’re all focused on your future. At Monroe, everyone’s got your back. You’ll be given the information and skills needed to empower you, solve problems and make decisions in the real world. You’ll be better positioned to compete in the marketplace and forge a path of your very own. Monroe’s faculty and staff are wholly committed to your success. They will be your mentors, your advocates, your champions, and your cheerleaders, from the day you apply until the day you graduate and beyond. Rest assured, you will never feel lost in the crowd at Monroe.
If you’re looking to broaden your knowledge of computer systems, look no further. Our master’s program is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in computers – whether that’s computer science, information technology, information systems, or something similar. Your reward: a wider range of career opportunities in this in-demand field. Study the cutting edge technologies you’ll need to know on the job – like cybersecurity, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and mobile computing. This 36-credit Master of Computer Science program is offered at the New Rochelle and Bronx campuses. Students without a computer background may enter the program after taking additional foundation courses.
Foundation Core Courses
Depending on your undergraduate experience, you may be required to take foundation core courses before beginning the master’s program. Courses are offered online or on campus on weekends. Your admissions counselor will advise you about whether or not you need this foundation courses.
- Statistics Foundations – The objective of this course is to strengthen skills in abstract thinking, critical analysis, and forecasting.
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