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Computer Science Master's Degree in Greenville, SC

Earn a Clemson Computer Science Master's Degree in Greenville

Earn a Clemson Computer Science Master's Degree in Greenville

Designed to complement the schedules of working professionals in the Greenville, SC area.

Program Overview

The M.S. degree in Computer Science is designed to build on a strong undergraduate background in computer science. Students will choose a concentration of study in one of six core areas and will choose courses in at least two other core areas for breadth:

  • Data Science and Informatics
  • Foundations and Theory
  • Human-Centered Computing
  • Networks, Systems and Security
  • Software Engineering
  • Visual Computing

ms cs greenvilleThis graduate program mirrors the program currently offered on Clemson’s main campus in requirements and expectations but was developed to meet the needs of working professionals. Classes will be offered each semester by Clemson faculty in-person at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, SC and in “real-time” streaming to and from Clemson’s main campus.

Featured Benefits

  • Blended course delivery (online and in-person instruction) to align with the busy schedules of working professionals

  • Late afternoon and evening classes offered with instructors teaching on location at CU-ICAR (as well as live streaming from main campus)

  • Refinements to our proven core curriculum include additional applied courses related to artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), etc., based in part on input from area companies

  • CS Graduate Study Readiness Program for students whose undergraduate background is in an area other than computer science

Click for information on MSCS Ready, a year-long Readiness Sequence of six instructional modules available to prepare those without undergraduate computer science degrees to enter the Master's of Computer Science program at Clemson.

Other Locations

Clemson University's Master's in Computer Science degree is also offered on main campus and in North Charleston at the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center.


The School of Computing offers Graduate Programs at three locations across the state. If you would like to learn more about off-campus learning, please contact us for more information.

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Mitch Shue
Professor of Practice, Industry Liaison

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Carrie Russell
Professor of Practice, M.S. Program Coordinator