Computer Science Graduate Certificate
The Computer Science Graduate Certificate is designed for professionals working in the computer sciences industry who wish to expand their technical skills and competencies. The certificate consists of 12 credits and can be pursued on either a part- or full-time basis. Courses take place on-site at Temple University’s Main Campus.
Coursework covers programming and software development techniques, considering data structures such as stacks, strings, tables and trees. Besides a required programming course, you’ll have the chance to tailor the certificate with three electives.
Students who complete this certificate program may continue on to the Computer Science MS afterward. Credits from the Computer Science Graduate Certificate can be counted toward the master's degree, assuming your grades are B's or higher.
Classes & Curriculum
The Computer Science Graduate Certificate includes a required Programming Techniques course as well as three additional advanced courses, for a total of 12 credit hours. Potential electives include
- Artificial Intelligence,
- Computer Vision,
- Design and Analysis of Algorithms, and
- Security in Cyber-Physical Systems.
Related Graduate Degrees
- Computational Data Science MS
- Computer and Information Science PhD
- Computer Science MS
- High- Performance Computing for Scientific Applications PSM
- Information Science and Technology MS
- Mathematics MS