- Foundations of Security and Privacy (CS 684)
- Applied computer security and privacy (CS 683)
- Web systems and algorithms(CS 680)
- Network programming (CS 621)
What are the pre-requisites for the Certificate Programs?
An applicant must have an undergraduate degree as well as foundation courses in computer programming (such as Java, C++, C# or Python), data structures, and analysis of algorithms to qualify for entry into these certificate programs. For example, the following USF courses provide a minimum background: CS212 Software development, CS245 Data structures and algorithms.
When and where are classes held?
All classes typically meet in the afternoon or evening in San Francisco, CA on the University of San Francisco’s main campus. Courses meet either three times a week for 1:05min or twice a week for 1:35min.
How many courses do I take at a time?
This is a nine month certificate program that has course offerings from August until May each year. Students will be taking two courses for the Fall 15 week semester and two courses in the Spring semester.
How to apply:
To apply for any of the Certificate Programs, please submit your resume, computer science background essay, and transcripts from any university level programs along with a paper application and a $55 application fee.
Mail all application documents to:
Office of Graduate Programs
College of Arts and Sciences, HR240
2130 Fulton St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
For more information, please contact Professor Terence Parr at firstname.lastname@example.org