Our department offers a practical orientation to computer science; cutting-edge research; a congenial, award-winning faculty; and an active student population. Teaching and research areas in artificial intelligence, software engineering, networks and security, high performance computing, distributed systems, bioinformatics, computer vision, big data, and human-computer interaction.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Computer Science
Areas of Study
- Artificial intelligence
- Computer networking
- Computer vision
- Distributed systems
- Fault tolerance
- Formal software specification
- Genetic algorithms
- Graph theory
- High performance computing
- Human-computer interaction
- Intelligent agents
- Languages and compilers
- Machine learning
- Network security
- Neural networks
- Object-oriented design
- Parallel Computing
- Reconfigurable systems
- Software engineering
- Software metrics
- Software reliability
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Western Regional Graduate Program
The Doctor of Philosophy is part of the WICHE – Western Regional Graduate Program exchange. Visit our WRGP webpage to learn about eligibility and the application process.
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