Concurrent, Co-Major, or Transfer Students
Concurrent Bachelors and Masters Degrees
The concurrent B.S./M.S. degree in Computer Science offers highly motivated and focused students the opportunity for accelerated study. Students will be allowed to double count CS 511 and CS 531 towards both degrees. This program will pair undergraduate students in the concurrent program with research teams of graduate students and dedicated faculty members prominent in their fields of expertise. Students that declare concurrent enrollment will be considered graduate level students, and therefore eligible for graduate research assistantships and scholarships. Click here for application instructions.
Concurrent Graduate Degrees
A concurrent degree program is a program of study for two degrees in which the requirements for two separate majors are met. Two awarded master’s degrees require at least 22 hours of non-overlapping graduate credit in each major. If the two degrees are thesis or non-thesis degrees, they require two terminal projects (theses or creative components, respectively). These two degrees do not have to be awarded during the same term, since requirements for each are completed separately. Click here for application instructions.
- M.S. in one major and Ph.D. in another major
- M.S. in one major and M.S. in another major
- Ph.D. in one major and Ph.D. in another major
A co-major is a program of study for a single degree in which the requirements for two separate majors are met. At the Ph.D. level a co-major cannot be added after the preliminary oral examination has been taken. Click here for application instructions.
- M.S. in both majors
- Ph.D. in both majors
Transfer to Computer Science Graduate Major
Students who have been admitted to a graduate program and to the Graduate College may request to transfer at a later date to another major or degree. Because graduate students are admitted to particular programs, transfers require the approval of both the receiving program and the Graduate College. Students seeking transfer to Computer Science should first discuss their wishes with the DOGE (Director of Graduate Education) Dr. Pavan Aduri, to determine requirements and interest by the new program. Click here for application instructions.
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