For Prospective Students
Admissions to the School of Computer Science (SCS) doctoral programs are handled by our Admissions Coordinator at the School. Information on the following topics can be found off the doctorate pages:
Admissions to our masters programs are handled by the individual programs for specific instructions. For a list of masters programs, see our Masters Programs Admission page.
The School of Computer Science offers a B.S. in Computer Science, a B.S. in Computational Biology, and a B.S. in Computer Science and Arts. We also offer a second major in Human-Computer Interaction and Computer Science, and minors in Language Technologies, Computer Science, Robotics, and Software Engineering.
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