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  • Aug. 6, 2018: Graduate Assistant Position

    We are seeking a Graduate Assistant for the M.S. in Computer Science program. Applicants must be full time students in the M.S. in Computer Science program, maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good academic standing. Candidates must possess effective verbal and written communication skills and be proficient with Microsoft Office. The ability to take initiative and work both as part of a team and also independently is essential. Candidates should also possess strong organizational and research skills, as well as the ability to present oneself in a professional manner to students, staff, and faculty. Excellent communication skills are preferred.

    International students (F1) are eligible.

    Applications to begin the assistantship for Fall Term in August 2018 will be accepted until the position is filled. For more information and apply, go to: https://www.franklin.edu/about-us/careers-at-franklin/positions/ms-computer-science-graduate-assistant-0

  • July 6, 2018: Scholarships Opportunities

    SCHOLARSHIPS UP TO $4,000 ARE AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2018 AND SPRING 2019 for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students.

    Visit Franklin’s financial aid page at https://www.franklin.edu/tuition-financial-aid/scholarships.  Look for Merit-Based Scholarships and Community Services Scholarships section and the listings for 1902 Leadership Circle scholarship, Alumni Military scholarship, Jo Ann Davidson Public Administration Leadership Scholar Award, and Greta J. Russell Medical Mutual of Ohio scholarship, Targeting Fraud- Safeguarding Integrity Conference Scholarship and the Nationwide Insurance Corporate Connections Scholarship.

  • June 15, 2018: New major changes to the Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS)

    The Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program will have some major changes in the Fall 2018 semester. These changes include: prerequisite courses for non-CS degree holders will be reduced from 7 to 4; total required hours to graduate will be reduced from 40 to 36; fewer major required courses and more elective courses in highly demanded areas such as Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Analytics.

    These changes will make the program more accessible, affordable and flexible with the rapid development of technology. For mroe information, chechk out the MSCS program page.