Learn essential skills for today’s digital work environment through a personalized and tailored master’s degree in computer science.
Complement your master of computer science degree with a specialized certificate. Select one of three specialty areas, based on interests and career goals, and earn a certificate in that area as you complete your degree – at no additional cost.
Designed for working professionals, certificates are an excellent way to customize your computer science degree for your own needs. Flexibility in your course work allows you to maximize your work experience, enhance your credentials and gain a competitive edge in the job market.
Employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow by 12 percent through 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. These occupations are projected to add about 546,200 new jobs. Demand for these workers will stem from greater emphasis on cloud computing, the collection and storage of big data, and information security.Find your career
Rooted in both theory and practical applications, our fully accredited online programs blend academic and professional preparation through course topics such as programming and data structures, computer administration and security, databases and algorithms, and software engineering.
I chose EKU because I am a unique student with unique needs, and EKU provides an avenue for students like me to succeed.
EKU Online offers veterans and active duty military students an unparalleled online learning experience that provides accessibility, convenience and flexibility.
Special Tuition for Active Duty* Military
Eastern Kentucky University offers reduced tuition expenses to $250 per credit hour for undergraduate and $325 per credit hour for graduate courses to all service members currently serving on active duty.
*Active duty is defined as on federal orders for 180 days or more.
“I’d like to thank the EKU College of Justice & Safety for the opportunity to complete my degree online. It’s very user-friendly, and everyone has bent over backwards to make this happen.”
– 1LT Heath Bergmann, EKU Online graduate student on deployment in Afghanistan