Will they accept Bsc forensic science students for the masters in computer science.?

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Priya Singhania

Priya Singhania

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Yes, they accept Bsc forensic science students for masters in computer science.

There is a set of criteria that needs to be met for acquiring admission to a master's in a computer science course. These requirements may differ from university to university. Given below is a generic set of criteria that the students need to meet for admission:

  • Students should hold a bachelor's degree in science stream in any subject from a recognized university. However, an Undergraduate degree in Computer Science, Computer Applications or a related field is preferred.
  • More than or equal to 50% in Bachelor’s Degree
  • Other valid educational documents

It is possible for a student with a Bachelor's degree in forensic science to be accepted into a Master's program in computer science at a university. However, admission to a Master's program in computer science is generally competitive, and the admissions depend on various factors, including the applicant's academic record, test scores, work experience, and letters of recommendation. 

If you are interested in pursuing a Master's degree in computer science but do not have a strong background in computer science, you could take some additional coursework to prepare for the program. Some universities may offer bridge programs or other options for students with a non-computer science background to help them gain the necessary skills and knowledge. However, It is always a good idea to speak with the admissions office or an academic advisor at the university you are interested in attending to discuss your options and determine the best path forward.


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