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What Makes ComPro Education Unique?

‘ComPro’ is short for the ‘Computer Professionals Program’ If any computer science master’s degree program in the world could be called ‘unique,’ the ComPro program at MUM is a good candidate. Here’s why… Major features of our ComPro Master’s program: Advanced computer science courses: Three areas of specialization: advanced software development, web applications and architecture, or our award-winning data […]

Global Expert Teaching Leadership for Technical Managers

If you are going to study leadership, study with a leader. Twice each year since 2011, celebrated global management/leadership consultant, educator, and executive coach Jim Bagnola, has taught a two-week course, “Leadership for Technical Managers,” to a large group of our computer science (“ComPro”) graduate students. This course offers the latest science-based approaches for succeeding […]

ComPro Admissions: Welcoming New Students to our “Family”

During the last 12 months, 15,000 people from 185 nations applied online to join our unique and affordable MS in Computer Science with Paid Training & Financial Aid. How to process so many applicants? The first priority of our staff is in supporting every applicant at a very high level, making sure that all questions and concerns […]

Bereket Babiso: ComPro education at MUM is the best

When Bereket Babiso was working as a software developer in France, he first learned about our Computer Professionals Master’s Degree Program (ComPro). He applied, was accepted, and enrolled in January 2018. Bereket was pleased to find that MUM has a multicultural environment where diversity is celebrated, and everyone has the opportunity to get to know […]

Nigerian Professor Loves Teaching at MUM

Obinna Kalu is a dynamic, enthusiastic young Assistant Computer Science Professor who loves teaching and has a keen eye on the future. We sat down with Professor Kalu and asked him a series of questions about his background, including time spent as a student prior to joining our faculty. Q: When did you start teaching […]

2018 ComPro Graduation & Homecoming

Our June 22-24th graduation weekend was a joyful homecoming celebration filled with parties, pomp and picnics. A record 387 ComPro students from 29 nations were awarded their MS in Computer Science degrees. Three Days of Celebration: Day 1: Pre-graduation ice cream social, garden dinner party, and graduation awards ceremony. Pre-Graduation Photos ➜ Outstanding ComPro graduates: […]

The Secret to ComPro Student Success

Educating Advanced Software Developers for Lifelong Personal and Professional Growth:  There are two major challenges facing working computer professionals: 1. Keeping up with rapidly changing computer technologies 2. Dealing with the stressful demands in the IT industry Unfortunately, most graduate programs do not offer educational technologies for dealing with either of these critical challenges. “This […]

Data Science MS track named the top master’s program of its kind in Iowa, 2018

The MS in Computer Science-Data Science track at Maharishi University of Management recently received the unique distinction of being named the best master’s program of its kind in Iowa. In its first annual review of all 290 accredited schools in the U.S. offering similar grad degrees, DataScienceGraduatePrograms.com found MUM to be among the very best, […]

New: Computer Professionals Program Website

After nearly a year in development, our new responsive website for the Computer Professionals ProgramSM is ready. Please click on the images shown below to experience the unique excitement and attraction that draws more than 300 students per year from every continent and every cultural background to our Computer Science MS program. We are especially […]

Sahar Abdullah: Role Model for Women’s IT Education

Most young women growing up in Yemen have few opportunities for higher education and professional jobs. But Sahar Abdullah’s parents believe that higher education plays an integral role in personal development, so they strongly encouraged Sahar and her sister to continue education after high school. Because Sahar was one of the top secondary school students in […]