Looks like a coursework-only degree. No research requirement, and no thesis.
The coursework-only aspect will make a difference to some people, and will make no difference to others.
Ultimately it is still just a bit of education and certification. It won't guarantee a job, and it won't guarantee any changes to your career. You may be able to leverage the knowledge and other facets of what you gained, but it guarantees you nothing.
If you want to invest the time and the money, and if it fits your life goals, it might be worth it.
Thanks for the input. Honestly, my desire is to get my feet wet in industry before I go on to a MS CS program. So I am working on my own projects to build up a portfolio. Unfortunately I keep getting mixed answers to this question of getting a Master's degree (or even a Bachelor's in CS) first, which becomes frustrating and a bit of a distraction when I am working towards my primary goal. That said, grad school is more of a backup plan if finding work is seeming like a shot in the dark.