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Depends on what the B school requires and what your transcripts report.
First, if the B school doesn't require official transcripts, then you don't have to report.
But if the B school requires official transcripts and your coursework shows all the courses, you could make something up.
I don't think the transcript will show that you got into the MS for Computer Science. It'll only show the degress you received and the classes you took. Just say that after you got the degree, you wanted to take some extra bonus classes that you couldn't get while you were getting your degree.
Regarding the year of CS courses, many schools require that applicant report all undergraduate and graduate level coursework regardless of whether the applicant received a degree.
For these schools, failure to report an entire year of coursework, especially when the student intentionally omits the coursework to conceal it from the school, seems a pretty clear ethics violation.
Making up a story to conceal the true nature of the coursework does not sound like an ethical best practice either. As is often the case, an attempted coverup might lead to far more damage than stating the truth upfront.
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