The Department of Computer Science offers the following Bachelor Programs:
Artificial Intelligence (M.A.S.)
Master the theoretical concepts and practical applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics. In Illinois Tech’s Master of Artificial Intelligence program, learn how you can make a positive impact with the knowledge of AI.
Computational Decision Science and Operations Research (M.S.)
Courses in applied mathematics, computer science, business, and engineering maximize your ability to help organizations improve decision-making. Learn cutting-edge, sophisticated approaches—advanced analytics methods, algorithms, and machine learning—to meet the growing need for computationally sophisticated decision scientists and operations research professionals.
Computational Intelligence (Certificate)
Learn the ways in which computers may learn and adapt based on data so as to solve complex problems in various areas of computer science with the Certificate in Computational Intelligence. Develop skills in the fast-growing field of artificial intelligence.
Computer Science (M.A.S.)
The Master of Computer Science builds advanced computer skills to become more competitive in the workforce. Courses are organized into three categories: programming, systems, and theory. The degree may be earned strictly through coursework or a master’s project.
Computer Science (M.S.)
The Master of Science in Computer Science is designed to prepare you for a Ph.D. program or to enter a research/development career in the computer science industry. Core courses are organized into three categories of computer science: programming, systems, and theory.
Computer Science (M.S.)/Chemical Engineering (M.A.S.)
Take graduate-level courses in both computer science and chemical engineering to simultaneously earn master’s degrees in both disciplines. The program provides a strong engineering background that is required today in many areas of computer science.
Cyber-Physical Systems (Certificate)
Embedded controllers with integrated sensors and networking abilities are abundant, and offer numerous opportunities for modern computing applications and internet of things. Learn how to work with such systems and utilize them for real-world applications.
In Illinois Tech’s Master of Cybersecurity program, learn the skills and knowledge you need to become a cyberhero. Combat hackers seeking to infiltrate systems and steal data. Be prepared to protect and defend, assess, and plan dynamic cybersecurity measures.
About Illinois Institute of Technology
Based in the global metropolis of Chicago, Illinois Tech is the only technology-focused university in the city. It offers degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology, and law. Illinois Institute of Technology is ranked 117* nationally and is positioned in the top 2% of all U.S. universities. Illinois Tech’s mission statement captures explicitly the character of the education paradigm that Illinois Tech’s academic units are contributing in both education and research. The key word is relevant: embracing the faculty’s commitment to providing an education that focuses on preparing our students for fulfilled lives after graduation and for careers that contribute to solving important problems facing humanity. There has never been a better time to study, live and work in Chicago, home to dozens of accelerators, incubators and co-working spaces. Illinois Tech educates students to become part of the wave of innovation that is driving Chicago forward, gaining global recognition as an international hub for talent and infrastructure.
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