MPCS Information Session
Join Borja Sotomayor, Director of the Masters Program in Computer Science, and Molly Stoner, Director of Admissions and Student Life, as they share information about the MPCS.
The Masters Program in Computer Science (MPCS) at the University of Chicago offers a MS in CS degree that can be completed in one academic year. The MPCS is comprehensive and professionally-oriented. It combines the foundations of computer science with the applied and in-demand skills necessary for technology careers. The MPCS is designed for students looking to work in the technology field and interested in careers in Data Analytics, High Performance Computing, Information Security, Mobile Computing and Software Engineering. Core classes begin in the Autumn quarter. Introduction to programming and math for Computer Science classes are offered in the Autumn quarter, if needed.
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On-Campus Information Session
Wednesday, January 22nd @ 12:00 p.m.
John Crerar Library Room 298
5730 South Ellis Avenue
Additional information about the program can be found at: http://csmasters.uchicago.edu/ or by sending email to email@example.com.
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