The Computer Science department offers graduate programs leading to a Master of Science in Computer Science and a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) in Computer Science. Many of our faculty conduct active, funded research, and there are opportunities for graduate students to serve as Research Assistants on grants, or as Teaching Assistants working for the department.
Our 2012 Ph.D. graduates include Rebekah Leslie (A Functional Approach to Memory-Safe Operating Systems), Candy Yiu (High Speed Wireless Networking for 60GHz), Philip Howard (Extending Relativistic Programming to Multiple Writers), Brian Huffman (HOLCF ’11: A Definitional Domain Theory for Verifying Functional Programs), and Josh Triplett (Relativistic Causal Ordering A Memory Model for Scalable Concurrent Data Structures). Copies of their dissertations and a list of our other PhD graduates can be found here. Our Master's degree students include a mix of traditional recent graduates and employees from local high-tech companies, making for a lively learning environment informed by real-world experience, cutting-edge research, and students from around Oregon, the USA, and the world.
Please see the links to the left for program overviews of our graduate programs in Computer Science, as well as information about applying.
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