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Graduate Students

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The graduate program in computer science began in 1978. At present, there are more than a dozen full-time faculty members teaching computer science courses. The special interests of these faculty include algorithms, artificial intelligence, automata theory, chaos theory, complexity theory, databases, data mining, data warehousing, expert systems, graphics, image processing, machine organization, architecture and hardware, design/management information systems, neural networks, operating systems, object-oriented programming, parallel processing, program verification, robotics, scientific computing, security, software engineering, and telecommunications. The Department has the advantage of having professional computer scientists as both faculty and visiting specialists. The visiting specialists are drawn from the aerospace, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and this mix of faculty affords the students the opportunity to obtain an education in a diverse set of practical and theoretical aspects of computer science and information technology.

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Scholarships

Award for MS in Computer Science students
Amount: $250
Recipient chosen by department
Award for MS in Information Technology students
Amount: $250
Recipient chosen by department