Expected Outcomes - Graduate Profile
Students completing the Master in Computer Science degrees will be professionally prepared and qualified to:
- Develop efficient algorithms for novel applications.
- Able to teach computer-related courses at the undergraduate level.
- Able to pursue advanced graduate studies.
- Apply knowledge of mathematics and computer science to identify, formulate and solve scientific problems.
- Manage capital and intellectual property assets, implement computer security, and understand ethical and legal aspects of computing.
- Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing in English and Spanish.
- Able to participate as a team member, team leader or project manager.
- Able to provide technical direction in the development of high-level architectural specifications.
- Able to make strategic technological decisions that will help their enterprises to gain a competitive business advantage.
- Understand human factors that impact human computer interaction.
- Analyze and interpret data for decision-making.
- Generate creative solutions to complex problems by using advanced tools and techniques.
- Able to integrate computer systems from components, that perform a wide range of tasks and meet user needs.
- Perform as entrepreneurs and consultants.
- Understand the impact of scientific solutions in a global/societal context.
- Recognize the need to engage in life-long learning.