Elevate Your Tech Career: Master of Science in Cloud Computing
Step into the future of technology with our Master of Science in Cloud Computing program! In an age where digital transformation is driving innovation, cloud computing stands as a cornerstone, powering applications and services across the globe.
This degree is meticulously crafted to immerse you in the multifaceted world of cloud architecture, services, and solutions, offering a blend of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience. Whether your aspirations lie in designing scalable cloud solutions, optimizing data storage, or implementing cutting-edge security protocols, our program is your launchpad. Embark on a journey that transcends traditional boundaries, and emerge as a cloud computing specialist, ready to innovate, lead, and shape the digital landscape!
Broad range curriculum
The curriculum’s broad range of courses support the foundation for many different career paths.
Personalized attention and support
The support team behind each student (Academic Advisors, Deans, Faculty, Financial Aid, and Career Services) see each person as an individual and not as a number.
Courses facilitated by industry professionals
Students are exposed to real-world scenarios, problem-solving, and networking opportunities through instructors who have spent time in the field.
MSCC Program Overview
36 credit hoursComplete this program in 12 months!
$25,200Includes: application fee and textbooks
Scholarships & Financial Aid
We recognize that many students need some type of financial assistance in order to make this investment in their future. Our Financial Services Team will sit down with prospective students to identify sources of financial assistance. We are committed to finding solutions for those who qualify.
Please Note: Federal Financial Aid is not yet available to students of University of Fairfax.
A maximum of 18 semester credits equivalent to our courses in content, credit and level and taken for graduate credit, as part of a degree or graduate certificate program, from an accredited institution may be transferred to a Master’s degree.