Online degrees and career training opportunities provide you with a convenient way to advance your education while working. Online colleges and universities have become an acceptable alternative to traditional campus learning. The time, distance and financial constraints of higher education have disappeared with the arrival of distance learning via online technology. Here are some universities for you to choose from if you are interested in online MS Program like me.
Masters in CS (software engineering) Programs:
Georgia Tech offers some distance learning MS programs
Master’s in Software Engineering from Brandeis University is entirely online. Most Master’s programs in CS offer “concentrations”, one of which is usually in SWE. Brandeis’ online program is strictly SWE, but they’re expanding: http://www.brandeis.edu/rabb/gps.html
This degree is geared almost entirely toward industry work and would not be something from which you would then go on and get a PhD. The program includes courses in Software Development Methodologies and Software Testing as well as more typical programming classes, web tech, embedded programming, cloud computing, and network courses. Cost is very reasonable.
University of Illinois
Champaign/Urbana is top-notch and they have an online-only MS CS.
Purdue recently started offering an online M.S. in the CS department
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevens Institute of Technology has a lot of great masters programs through their web campus (http://www.webcampus.stevens.edu/).
Carnegie Mellon University