The Online Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice is designed to prepare students for professional and research careers in criminal justice, criminology, and related fields. Students apply multidisciplinary and comparative social science to understand, predict, and explain crime and to contribute to the development of public policy within and across U.S. communities.
For 2019, new students admitted to the MS in Cyber-Physical Systems with a concentration in Internet of Things program at the Silicon Valley campus are eligible to receive a 25% tuition scholarship.
The Graduate Certificate in Blockchain and Smart Contract Engineering addresses the rapidly growing and revolutionary field of distributed ledger (blockchain) technology. Companies from different industries are preparing to enhance their business practices through cryptocurrency, decentralized computing, digital security, smart contracts, and more.
Human Factors Engineering is the discipline of applying known human capabilities and limitations to the design of products, processes, systems and work environments.
The MS in Data Architecture and Management goes beyond data collection and analysis. It addresses crucial activities, including data preparation, data curation, application integration, and data engineering based on the combination of use cases and integration persona.
The Master of Science in Cyber-Physical Systems with a concentration in Internet of Things prepares you for a world of connected devices. This program was formerly known as the Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering with a concentration in the Internet of Things.
The Master of Science in Cyber-Physical Systems with a concentration in Internet of Things prepares our graduates for a world of connected devices.