Offering students STEM programs that provide relevant studies today for the changing world of tomorrow.
COVID changed a lot of things for students and our world, but it also changed how we want to approach education. Our updated MBA and MS in Computer Science programs offer students a Work-Integrated Learning program and updated concentrations that immediately link relevant job experience to in-demand STEM careers.
The flexibility of both programs allows students to complete the program at their own pace. Choose from a fast-track option and complete the program in 18 months for full-time students or take up to 4 years for part-time students. Choose a schedule that works best for you!
The Work Integrated Learning (WIL) component allows all students to participate in a career-based work environment that directly maps to the MBA and MS in Computer Science curricula and provides immediate internship work opportunities for all enrolled students.
Our programs offer the real-world experience you need to immediately translate your coursework into a fulfilling career in STEM or beyond! Work authorization is offered up to 3 years following graduation for international students.
Choose to pursue your STEM degree at our Northern California at our campus in Palo Alto, and network with fellow innovators in Silicon Valley, home to various cutting-edge and exciting tech startups including Google, Facebook, Apple, and HP or enroll at our Southern California campus in Costa Mesa, nestled in the heart of Orange County, minutes away from beaches and the entertainment capital of the United States, Los Angeles.
“Sofia University’s MBA and MSCS revised programs are now focused closely on applied professional and work-oriented learning. Businesses are using more data analytics in decision-making, and they desperately need more employees who are well prepared to leverage these new techniques. Combining Sofia’s expertise in teaching positive leadership with the ability to use data analytics strategically, Sofia’s new STEM-focused programs provide students with the opportunity to build the kind of skills today’s employers require.”