Align Master of Science in Computer Science
Northeastern University’s Align Master’s in Computer Science (CS) program provides a direct path to an MS in Computer Science and a high-demand, rewarding career—for non-computer science degree holders with no previous programming experience.
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Why San Francisco Bay Area?
Northeastern’s leadership in experiential learning—the integration of classroom study with professional experience—provides a strong foundation for the university’s expansion to new regions, including Silicon Valley and San Francisco. Northeastern is making the virtual classroom more dynamic, connected, and real by integrating the professional workplace into its online and hybrid degree programs.
The San Francisco Bay Area is home to both startup and established companies, such as Google, Tesla, Facebook, Paypal, and Cisco. Our campus locations offer our students an opportunity to immerse themselves in a thriving technology ecosystem. You will receive a master’s degree from a top-ranked research university in the San Francisco Bay Area where you can grow your network and open massive career opportunities in the field of computer science.
Our Align students come from a variety of backgrounds—with undergraduate majors ranging from math and English, to biology and classics. Whether your undergraduate degree was in the sciences or the liberal arts, whether you’re a recent college graduate or an experienced professional looking to change careers, the Align Master of Science in Computer Science can work for you.
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