The BS/MS program is an opportunity for undergraduate students to start working on their MS degree while they are fulfilling the requirements of their BS degree. Specifically, undergraduate students admitted into this program will be allowed to use up to a maximum of 6 graduate units for both the BS and the MS degrees
This is a five-year degree program that leads to both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree at the end of the five years.
Students will be charged the undergraduate Engineering rate until they reach 145 hours. At that point they are charged the grad rate. See Tuition and Fees Rate Sheets for more information.
Applicants must have completed two 3000-level Computer Science courses on the Boulder campus.
To apply for the program, students must submit the following:
Any supporting documentation that must be sent by regular mail should be addressed to
Computer Science Graduate Program
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0430
Along with the applications, students must also submit:
Contact Graduate Program Advisor Jacqueline (Jackie) DeBoard for further information about admission to the program.
Deadlines for the concurrent BS/MS application are as follows:
Fall Semester: February 28
Spring Semester: October 15
For academic advising related to the concurrent BS/MS degree, contact Professor Dirk Grunwald.