What do you learn?
Students enrolled in the PhD in Computer Science program are expected to become an expert in a research area in computer science or its interdisciplinary field with other disciplines. The program is designed for students to ensure core knowledge of the fundamental computer science areas and to conduct bleeding edge research at the forefront of a selected area.
Who is it good for?
The PhD in Computer Science is for students with research interests in the following areas: artificial intelligence, computer graphics, computer science education, computer vision, human-computer interaction, information assurance and security, networks, scientific computing, and software engineering.
What can you do after?
The PhD in Computer Science is designed to prepare students for leadership careers in research and education in computer science and interdisciplinary work using computer science.