La Salle’s B.S. in Computer Science to M.S. in Computer Information Science program offers and accelerated 5-year path to earn degrees in fast-growing fields. The bachelor’s program is a traditional computer science curriculum with a heavy focus on theory and mathematics. The master’s in CIS program emphasizes teamwork, presentation skills, and collaboration through technology. Students complete the Full Stack Engineering Certificate, either the IT and Cybersecurity or Data Science certificate, and a capstone project. Examples include development and implementation of software and research on emerging trends in software application development.
La Salle’s B.S. in Computer Science to M.S. in Computer Information Science program offers an accelerated pathway for students to earn both degrees in five years, preparing them for successful careers in a rapidly growing field.
This course considers privacy both on and off-line; legal background of intellectual property and e-mail; ethics and codes of ethics; the impact of computers on work and society; and responsibilities and risks of computing, including topics such as accuracy of information, e-waste, and multitasking. This course includes an examination of government policies and regulations related to data security and information assurance.
This course focuses on the implementation of a software project. Students will use collaborative software development methods to complete the implementation of a model that was constructed in a previous course or build a system that implements component services from an existing model.
This course introduces the field of data mining, with specific emphasis on its use for Machine Learning algorithms. Techniques covered may include conceptual clustering, learning decision rules and decision trees, case-based reasoning, Bayesian analysis, genetic algorithms, and neural networks. The course covers data preparation and analysis of results.
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