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.
If you would like to know more about the kind of research our PhD graduates do, copies of their dissertations 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.
For questions regarding graduate programs, please contact the graduate advisor at email@example.com
Post-Baccalaureate Grad Prep Tracks
If you have an undergraduate degree in a non-Computer Science field, and are interested in studying for a Master’s degree in Computer Science check out our two options:
Both options require being admitted as a postbac student. For more information on becoming a postbac student in the CS department, please see our postbac info page here.