Master of Science in Computer Science

accredited by higher learning commission

News Blog

Upcoming Events

Jun 9, 2014 –
MSCS Registration for June entry.

Oct 10, 2014 –
Registration for new MSCS students.

Feb 13, 2015 –
Registration for New MSCS Students.

Blog for Master of Science (MS/MSC) in Computer Science / Software Engineering with paid internship training. Computer Professionals Program at Maharishi University of Management, USA facebook icon. Masters (MS/MSC) in Computer Science / Software Engineering. Computer Professionals at MUM LinkedIn icon. Masters (MS/MSC) in Computer Science / Software Engineering. Computer Professionals at MUM Twitter icon. Chinese Computer Professionals at MUM LinkedIn icon YouTube Channel for Computer Professionals at MUM

My Blog

Description of my blog

International Cyber-Security Educator Joins MUM Faculty

Posted by: cshaw

Tagged in: Untagged 

Professor Eduard Babulak

The MUM Computer Science Department is pleased to introduce and welcome a new faculty member, Eduard Babulak, DSc, PhD. Dr. Babulak is a renowned international educator and scholar in the important area of "Computer-Cyber Security in conjunction with Future Computer Networks, Internet and Ubiquitous Smart Computing." He will be teaching Computer Security and Computer Networks classes, and will promote the creation of a new program in "Cyber Security and Ubiquitous Smart Computing." Developers trained in this increasingly important area will be in high demand worldwide. Read more here.



Photos from our Computer Science Department winter party

Posted by: cshaw

Tagged in: Untagged 


Computer Science Department Providing Latest Knowledge & Technology

Posted by: cshaw

Tagged in: Untagged 

Computer Science Department Providing Latest Knowledge & Technology

Computer Science is a quick moving and rapidly evolving area of technology. One important part of our MS for Computer Professionals program is that we are always upgrading our curriculum and facilities, so that students will have direct experience with the latest and most up-to-date aspects of Computer Science and the computing profession.

In this last year we have added new courses in data mining, cloud computing, and mobile device programming; added three new Ph.D. CS faculty, and are now upgrading all of our labs and classroom computers. This full upgrade will mean that students always have the latest in computers available in their classes and for lab projects.

Employers appreciate our students

According to Julie Stephens, Ph.D., Director of Curricular Practical Training Career Placement in our Computer Professionals Career Center, "One of the main reasons IT recruiters and employers continue hiring MUM intern students is that the students are well prepared, and ready to make meaningful contributions as soon as they begin work. The Computer Science Department's commitment to latest knowledge and latest technology is greatly appreciated by employers."






Computer Science Department Presentation: "Misleading Issues in Java"

Posted by: cshaw

Tagged in: Untagged 

Tuesday, July 2nd , 3:30-4:30 pm
113 McLaughlin Building
Speaker: Ali Parvini

Since 1995 there have been many technologies, frameworks and architectures provided for the Java platform. Some developers with no deep understanding of concepts and goals easily get confused by buzz words. In this presentation the speaker will clarify some misleading issues in Java,  such as Interface Inheritance vs. Class Inheritance, 3-tier vs. MVC,  EJB vs. Hibernate, JPA vs. EJB, Web Container vs. Web Server, etc.

Ali Parvini is the founder and executive officer of successful organizations such as Iran ACM Chapter, Iran JUG, Software/Architecture Professional Group at ISI and Minoo Software Solutions Co. This year he was named a Distinguished Speaker by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).



back to top

Site Map