I want to study computer science MS in the USA. Can I go to the University of Massachusetts, Lowell or should I pursue some other school?
Asked by Raj Singh over 1 year ago
From the professional with substantial industrial experience to the recent graduate aiming ultimately for an advanced research degree, the Master of Science serves diverse audiences.
The computer science curriculum at UMass Lowell equips students for all employment contexts that demand ongoing development. As a result, our graduates hold positions in big and small businesses, including Amazon, Bloomberg, EMC, Facebook, Fidelity, Google, IBM, Microsoft, MITRE, and Raytheon, and they work across various industries.
There are several chances for students to work on research projects supported by industry and at well-funded research facilities like the Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Lab.
Students work on projects and field competitive teams, such as the one that created the "Rover Hawk" robot that won first place at a NASA competition. Students also engage with their peers on class projects.
Faculty with expertise in Big Data, Information/Systems Security, and AI and machine learning teach and collaborate with students.
According to CSRankings.org, the Richard A. Miner Institution of Computer & Information Sciences is the best-ranked computer science school in the country for subjects like design automation, computer vision, databases, embedded and real-time systems, robotics, machine learning, and computer security.
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