Graduate Education

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers high quality graduate education.

  • The curriculum is flexible to match your interests.
  • Research is pursued in some traditional areas of computer science, cross-specialty areas, and interdisciplinary projects.
  • Graduates are hired by quality employers.
  • A growing job market. Click here to find out more.

Degree Programs

M.S. in Computer Science

  • Thesis option
  • Project option
  • Courses-only option
  • Accelerated B.S./M.S. Program - A typical student could complete a B.S. in Computer Science or in Software Engineering and a M.S. in Computer Science in four academic years plus one calendar year. This will be accomplished by counting a maximum of nine credits of graduate courses toward both degrees.

M.S. in Cyber Security and Operations

Ph.D. in Computer Science

A Direct Ph.D. program is also available. Students with a bachelor degree may be admitted to the Ph.D. program, as well as those who have already earned an M.S. degree.

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering participates in the graduate programs administered in other departments.

For more information:
Dr. T.J. Jankun-Kelly
Graduate Coordinator
319 Butler Hall