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Capitol Technology University Course Catalog

   
    Apr 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Course Catalog 
  
2023-2024 Course Catalog

Quantum Computing, M.Res.


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The M.Res. in Quantum Computing is a unique program designed to meet the immediate industry need for innovative researchers, quantum engineers, and computer scientists. Professionals will graduate with the skills necessary to become key leaders in the advancement, expansion, and support of this growing industry.

Students in this program will conduct extensive and sustained original research in quantum theory, mechanics, and computing, as well as computer science, mathematics, hardware and software engineering, and physics, to explore the foundational laws and applications within this field.

The M.Res. program is designed as a degree in research where students will quickly become able to engage in leadership, research, and publishing. It is aimed at those that may want to explore research studies before starting a doctorate in research, or those seeking career advancement opportunities through a degree.

The M.Res. in Quantum Computing program is structured for experienced professionals in the Quantum Computing field with an appropriate undergraduate degree. During the program, students will conduct original research in an approved area of Quantum Computing.

The completion of the M.Res. in Quantum Computing program requires the student produce, present, and defend a master’s dissertation after receiving the required approvals from the student’s Committee and the M.Res. Academic Review Board.

Student Outcomes

Upon graduation, graduates will be able to

  • Graduates will incorporate the theoretical basis and practical applications of Quantum Computing into their professional work.
  • Graduates will apply research and advanced problem-solving skills to their career field.
  • Graduates will be versed in the science to offer economic solutions to Quantum Computing.
  • Graduates will demonstrate the highest mastery of the needs of Quantum Computing globally.
  • Graduates will be ambassadors for research and the advancement of knowledge in Quantum Computing.

Course Requirements


Master of Research 30 Credits

Notes:


*Note: CSQ 700  must be taken on its own and cannot be substituted. The remaining classes may be taken at a maximum of two per semester only.

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