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Decoding Computer Science Career Paths: How Tulane’s Program Sets You Up for Success in the Age of AI

June 12, 2024

The chatter surrounding the latest tech trends — from deep dives into the metaverse to the newest generative artificial intelligence applications — highlights the sustained appetite for computer science innovation in 2024.  

For those looking to advance in this growing field, a computer science master’s degree represents a valuable credential. Whether you plan to pivot into a tech-focused role or want to hone your artificial intelligence skill set, an advanced computer science degree from Tulane University can help you meet your goal. 

Get to know our Online Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) degree, from expert faculty at the helm of our program to degree outcomes and the components of a competitive application.

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Go beyond basic programming to propel your computer science career. Tulane’s online computer science master’s degree will empower you with the applied artificial intelligence and machine learning skills you need to shape the next great technology. As a Tulane student, you’ll benefit from Tulane’s two leading AI research centers: the Jurist Center for AI and the Center for Community-Engaged Artificial Intelligence, both co-directed by Aron Culotta and Nicholas Mattei.

To learn more about our online classroom, career outcomes and areas of expertise, connect with a member of our enrollment team today, or join us for an upcoming virtual event. Ready to take the next step? Schedule an application walkthrough and start your online MSCS application today.

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