M.Sc Computer Science

M.Sc Computer Science

M.Sc(Computer Science) is a 2-year post graduate course in Computer Science discipline which is initiated in the year 1998. The first batch passed out in 2000. This course is designed for students who are interested to equip themselves in the computing industry. Students who pursued this course have an increased ability to think critically, rapidly and are efficient in problem solving capabilities.

Scope of the Program

The demand for individuals with post graduate-level degrees in computer science is increasing every day. Students can find rewarding careers with local and federal governments, software development companies. Many students find great success as entrepreneurs in these fields, while others explore further education in a related doctoral program. The syllabus and curriculum of MSc(CS) program is designed in such a way that it is more beneficial to students for successful fulfilment of the requirements of the IT industry. During the curriculum the department emphasizes upon Personality Development Activities for students to build their personality. Participation in seminars, workshops and other activities enhance the knowledgebase of the students. Like other master programs, this course allows students to build upon prior knowledge and focus their education on specific areas that are of great interest to them. Those who are interested in computer science can pursue this degree and make themselves more desirable candidates for competitive career opportunities.

Admission Process and Eligibility Criteria:

Eligibility to join in this course is B.Sc. in computer science with minimum aggregate 50% marks with mathematics or related disciplines. A candidate who needs to join in this course should qualify the AUCET(Andhra University Common Entrance Test), which is conducted for admission to candidates in postgraduate courses offered under the streams of Science, Commerce, Humanities, Management, Teaching, and Mass Communication.

Number of seats:

The total number of seats in MSc (CS) is 44.