The faculty of the Department of Computer Science are committed to a high quality graduate education. The broad scope of their research enables them to convey to graduate students a comprehensive, state-of-the-art understanding of computer science and its application to a wide range of other disciplines. A substantial level of sponsored research has been achieved thereby providing financial support for many graduate students in the form of research assistantships.
Our graduate students come from all corners of the globe and are able to pursue research topics in most areas within computer science and in many application areas within other disciplines. They are able to take advantage of the diverse faculty research collaborations with other departments and programs within the University such as the Learning Research and Development Center, the Intelligent Systems Program, the Telecommunications Program of the School of Information Sciences, the School of Engineering, and the School of Medicine.
Degrees and Requirements
- Master's Degree (MS) Overview
- Doctorate (PhD) Overview
- Full Regulations for Graduate Study
- Dual Master's Degree (MS)