Lamar University Department of Computer Science offers an MS degree in computer science. The Curriculum is designed to prepare those who aspire to careers related to networking, database design and intelligent systems. It is an excellent program for those who have a background in computer science, but it is designed so that those without such a background can still complete the requirements for the degree within 2 years.
Both thesis and non-thesis options are available. The objective of the master's degree is to produce professional computer scientists capable of contributing technically to the basic core areas of computer science as well as to application areas. A mixture of course, laboratory and research work in the program is designed to place graduates at the forefront of technical excellence.

There is no transcript evaluation fee for international students applying to the MS program in computer science.  See the policy below.  Also, for more information on how to apply (international students only) please go to: https://www.lamar.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/international-graduate-.html 

College of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Applicants (International Students only). Submit official transcript(s) from all post-secondary institutions attended with an original signature of a school official or an original school seal. If transcripts are in a language other than English, an official translation from the school, recognized translator or translation verified by a United States Embassy or Consulate must accompany the native language transcript. Transcripts should arrive in a sealed envelope, directly from the sending institution or recognized translator. Faxed, emailed, and/or notarized scanned copies will not be accepted. Your transcripts will be evaluated within the College.