Angelo State University has added two new master's degree programs - a Master of Science in computer science and a Master of Public Health and both are now enrolling students for classes that will start this coming fall semester. The M.S. in computer science degree is offered through the Department of Computer Science in ASU's College of Science and Engineering. It provides a much-needed advanced degree program and career path for students and professionals in computer science and related fields, such as cybersecurity, information technology, the sciences, mathematics and engineering, to meet Texas' and the nation's increasing workforce demands in those areas. The M.P.H. degree is offered through the Department of Health Science Professions in ASU's Archer College of Health and Human Services. It will prepare students to become practitioners, researchers and teachers who can carry out public health functions at the local, state, national and international levels. The degree program consists of 42 credit hours and is delivered entirely online.