MA in Interdisciplinary Computer Science
Learn to solve challenging computing problems in a close-knit, collaborative community. You’ll benefit from one-on-one faculty mentoring and our commitment to ensuring that people of all genders can succeed in tech careers.
About the Program
The master of arts in interdisciplinary computer science enables students from liberal arts backgrounds to gain a solid foundation in computer science and a unique perspective on how computers interact with other disciplines. You’ll discover the strengths and limitations of computers and what technological advances are needed to solve theoretical problems in a variety of fields. You’ll also be at the forefront of examining the relationship between computers and other disciplines—including art, biology, business, education, health, music, and psychology—and the dynamic ways in which these disciplines intersect with technology. View our degree requirements for further information.
Students can enter our master’s degree program either after earning their bachelor’s degree at another institution or by entering the Mills bachelor’s-to-master’s accelerated degree program in computer science.
Graduates of our program have found employment across disciplines in various corporations, nonprofit organizations, and educational institutions. For information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please refer to the Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement.