Computer Science Graduate Programs
The Computer Science Department offers a Master of Science program as well as a number of graduate Professional Development Certificates. The Master of Science is intended for those who have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field, or have sufficient preparation. The purpose of these programs is to provide the intellectual and practical tools that professionals will need either to pursue or further careers as computer scientists in industry or to pursue a doctorate degree in computer science.
The Professional Development Certificates are intended for those who would like to obtain certification in the certain specific areas without having to undertake the preparatory work for a Master's degree. A special sequences of prerequisite courses can be taken towards entry into the certificate programs.
Master's Program Admission
- Applicants for the Master of Science program in Computer Science must satisfy the graduate admission requirements of the University. Further, applicants should (ideally) possess an undergraduate degree in computer science or an equivalent degree.
- An applicant who does not have an undergraduate degree in Computer Science or the equivalent may apply for admission to a Certificate Degree.
- Non-native speakers must have minimum TOEFL score of 80 (internet exam) and above and total IELTS scores of 6.5 and above. See the Graduate Catalog for further details.
Materials to Submit
- A completed graduate application including goals statement.
- Official academic transcript(s) from all colleges and universities attended
- Three letters of recommendation
- TOEFL or IELTS scores (non-native speakers only).
Non-native speakers should see the Graduate Catalog for further details.
These materials must be submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies and Extended Education.
Apply online at: Graduate Application
Please contact the Computer Science graduate coordinator,Dr. Chen,
for further information.