What a difference three years can make. In 2013, Georgia Tech and its partners, Udacity and AT&T, determined to make high-level advanced education in computer science accessible to a much larger body of students. The result was the world’s first accredited master’s degree in CS through the “massive online” platform – for less than $7,000. Total.
Three years on, Georgia Tech’s online MS in Computer Science (OMS CS) program boasts a worldwide community of nearly 4,000 students; almost 12,000 applications; a curriculum of two dozen courses (and growing) —and the first graduates who are proving the value of OMS CS in the marketplace.
Read our new 2016 OMS CS Program Report and take a look at the impressive numbers in the infographic below, and you'll see how OMS CS is living up to its goal of increasing accessibility to advanced CS education through technology and affordability.
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