- Want to
Improve your career prospects?
- Complement your undergraduate education?
- Be a team worker and a problem solver?
A grant to Montclair State University’s Computer Science program will offer one qualified Seton Hall graduating student or recent alumnus/a per year (2014-2018) a full two-year scholarship leading to a career-focused Master of Science degree. Computer Science complements almost any field of study, and benefits in turn from a diversity of student viewpoints and academic backgrounds. Additional scholarships may be available to exceptional applicants. Students from all majors are encouraged to apply.
You can contact Dr. Thomas Marlowe (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information and advice.
Not a graduating senior?
You can plan to apply in the future while improving your career credentials and grant prospects. Early interest can help you design a curriculum combining your own major and interests with computer and related courses. Such an interdisciplinary course of study gives you a solid foundation for this program or other computing programs—providing the needed mathematical background and shortcutting the transitional “bridge program”. But it also gives you an invaluable asset for careers and graduate study in business, law, and other disciplines.
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