M.S. Computer Science
The M.S. Computer Science program offers students advanced computer science knowledge with four core courses in algorithms, operating systems, theory, and software engineering. In consultation with their advisor, students can tailor the rest of the program to some extent based on their own interests. A project or thesis is required.
M.S. program applicants are required to show proof of completion of certain undergraduate prerequisite courses in computer science and mathematics. For detailed admission and program requirements, please refer to the University's Graduate Catalog.
To ensure your inquiries are received and answered in a timely manner, please do not email the department chair or graduate coordinator. Send all program and admission inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will ensure your questions are routed to the appropriate staff.
- If you plan to start in the Spring: Sept. 1 (international), Dec. 1 (domestic)
- If you plan to start in the Summer or Fall: Mar. 1 (international), May 1 (domestic)
Note for International Applicants
We do not require transcript evaluation such as WES by default. The admissions committee may ask for additional documents, including transcript evaluation, upon review of the transcript.