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Computer Science

Graduate Program

The Department of Computer Science offers graduate program leading to the Master of Science degree. Students in the Master's program may pursue either a thesis or non-thesis option. The thesis research substitutes for 6 credit hours of the program. Students who are interested in writing a thesis should contact a faculty member whose research interests overlap with theirs. This should be done during a student’s first semester of graduate study, so that thesis work can begin in the second semester.


Graduate School

The Graduate School web site contains information for prospective graduate students. This includes admission  requirements, financial aid information, forms and documents.

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 Last Modified 1/22/17