Graduate-level research in Machine Learning, Robotics, Natural Language Processing, Cognitive Science, Complex Systems, Human Centered Computing, Programming Languages, Software Engineering, Data Science, among other areas, makes this one of the most prominent departments nationally. A key area of strength is the collaboration opportunities with other centers and departments. In one example of that collaboration, the department will share in a $250 million gift to the university from the Coleman Institute to develop technologies that will enhance the lives of people with cognitive disabilities. Over the next few years the department will also use four successive awards to improve its computing infrastructure. 

Computer Science site
MS, PhD, Professional MS
GRE not required
Fall: December 15