Graduate Studies in Computer Science
Director of Graduate Education (DOGE): Dr. Pavan Aduri, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Student Services Specialist (Admissions): Carol Kersey, email@example.com
Graduate Program Learning Goals:
- Master core areas of Computer Science (MS, PhD)
- Achieve in-depth knowledge in chosen subfield of Computer Science (PhD)
- Obtain expertise to perform original research that advances Computer Science (PhD)
- Demonstrate ability to communicate technical concepts and research results (MS, PhD)
Policies, Guidelines and Forms
|CS Department Graduate Handbook||
All students must comply with the policies and procedures laid out in the CS Department Graduate Handbook. They must also meet all listed academic requirements.
|ISU Graduate College Student Handbook||ISU Graduate Student Handbook||
All students must comply with the policies and procedurs laid out in the ISU Graduate College Student Handbook. Read this document to understand the graduate program requirements at Iowa State University.
Computer Science Courses
Graduate courses, in particular 600-level courses, may not be offered following the guidelines presented in the course description. For further information about the courses contact the faculty instructor for the course.
Spring 2021 - Available Seminars
Research Proficiency Exam Checklist
Preliminary Oral Exam Checklist
|Academic Calendar||Semester Calendars||All students are responsible for following the deadlines present in the academic calendar.|
|For Teaching Assistants||Students interested in Teaching Assistant position are required to attain the necessary OECT level. All teaching assistants must read the handbook for teaching assistants.|