Take your problem-solving skills a step further by using the theoretical and practical applications of technology to shape the future.
The fastest route from idea to application in technology today requires expertise in both abstract and practical thinking. With this graduate program, you’ll gain a well-rounded skillset that can help you lead the way in overcoming challenges and creating new computing innovations.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 2 years
- Credit hours:
- 30 (non-thesis and thesis options available)
Why earn a master's degree in computer science?
On-Campus or Online Master's Degree in Computer Science
Advance your technology skills with a curriculum that encourages a formal, abstract, theoretical and practical approach to the study of computer science.
Develop creative thinking, problem solving and research skills, along with specialized expertise.
Gain access to on-campus computing power. We have two computer labs, a set of diverse servers and a high-performance computing (HPC) system.
UND built its supercomputer with the HPE DL360 and Apollo 6500 Gen10 systems. It's an ideal end-to-end platform to support deep learning while delivering high-performance, versatility and security for workload management.
UND is a leader in big data expertise. We are the lead institution in a multi-university project for digital agriculture, funded by the National Science Foundation. And we co-lead another NSF project to determine industry and academic computational needs in the Midwest.
Study at a Carnegie Doctoral Research Institution ranked #151 by the NSF. Students are an integral part of UND research.
What can I do with a master's degree in computer science?
Master's Degree in Computer Science Courses
Leaders in Computer Science
As a leader of Big Data, UND's goal is to make things more efficient, more effective and safer for North Dakotans.