Notre Dame de Namur University Announces New Online Degree Program

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Notre Dame de Namur University announces the launch of a new online master’s degree program for their fall semester; a Master of Science in Computer and Information Science (MSCIS). The program addresses the needs of those individuals with hectic schedules who are looking to further their education, while offering skill sets and a degree in a field that is expected to see significant and continued growth. Enrollment for the program is now open.

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Our online MS degree in Computer and Information Science shows you how to design software solutions, then guides you as you develop the technical as well as management skills to put a complex project into practice – the result sought by organizations.

Notre Dame de Namur University announces the launch of a new online master’s degree program for their fall semester; a Master of Science in Computer and Information Science (MSCIS). The program addresses the needs of those individuals with hectic schedules who are looking to further their education, while offering skill sets and a degree in a field that is expected to see significant and continued growth. Enrollment for the program is now open.

The online MSCIS from NDNU offers an innovative, cutting-edge curriculum that provides students with the theoretical knowledge as well as the hands-on skills needed to successfully develop and lead major software projects from conception to launch. “Our online Master of Science degree in Computer and Information Science shows you how to design software solutions,” said Dr. John Lemmon, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at NDNU, “then guides you as you develop the technical as well as management skills to put a complex project into practice – the result sought by organizations.”

NDNU is the only institution in the San Francisco Bay Area to offer an MSCIS entirely online. Located near Silicon Valley, the heart of the U.S. software industry and center for high-tech innovation, NDNU is able to take advantage of its proximity to events, developments, and experts to create a valuable and compelling program for our online students, no matter where they reside.

The instructors teaching in the MSCIS program are both tenured faculty members with top academic and professional credentials and years of teaching experience, as well as current professionals from the computer industry who bring substantial project management and the latest technological experience to the classroom. This mix of instructors is designed to offer students the very best preparation for a successful career in computer and information science.

Students interested in applying for the program should be prepared to provide the following: a completed application form, a personal statement about their interest in NDNU, official transcripts from all higher education institutions, and a resume. For more information on the admissions process and requirements for the program, please visit: http://onlineprograms.ndnu.edu/admissions/admissions-overview

Earlier this year, NDNU launched two additional online master’s degree programs; a Master of Public Administration and a Master of Science in Management. For more information about Notre Dame de Namur University and its online degree programs, please visit: http://onlineprograms.ndnu.edu

ABOUT NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR UNIVERSITY

Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur, Belgium in 1851 and chartered by the state in 1868, Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU) is a regionally accredited Catholic co-educational institution in the San Francisco bay area near Silicon Valley. The University offers a welcoming, accessible learning environment anchored by dedicated professors who are committed to guiding students both in their academic pursuits and career development. To learn more, call 855-275-1088 to speak with an admissions advisor, or visit: http://onlineprograms.ndnu.edu/request-more-information.

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