The Department of Computer Science offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science degree. Both the thesis option and the non-thesis option are available. The department is a part of the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences which provides unique opportunities for research by faculty and graduate students. There is especially strong interest within the department in the areas of artificial intelligence, compiler design, database, networks, operating systems, graphics, simulation, software engineering, and theoretical computer science.
Overall undergraduate GPA of at least 2.85
Graduate Record Examination General Test or an undergraduate degree from an ABET/CAC accredited degree program in Computer Science
Core Courses: All students must complete the twelve-credit core of required courses, defined as follows: