MS and MCS Graduate Information
Master of Science degree in Computer Science (MS)
Master of Computer Science degree (MCS)
MS and MCS Graduate Application Deadlines
In order to be considered, you must have a completed application including all supporting materials.
Fall admissions deadlines:
All students who want to be considered for financial aid: Feb 1
International students without being considered for financial aid: May 1
Domestic students without being considered for financial aid: June 15
Spring admissions deadline:
All students: October 15
Areas of Emphasis
The Department of Computer Science provides strong learning and research capabilities in Artificial Intelligence, Information Systems, Parallel and Distributed Systems, and Software Engineering. Research opportunities also exist in Compiler Design, Biomedical Systems, and Computer Security.
For specific information about the Computer Science Department's Graduate Program, please check the USU general catalog.
Dr. Curtis Dyreson
MS and MCS Admissions Requirements
Admissions information for the Masters of Science in Computer Science and Master of Computer Science degrees.
MS and MCS Course Requirements & Program of Study Requirements
Information about course requirements for the Masters degrees offered in Computer Science.
Information about what you need to do to earn your degree and when you need to do it.
Graduate Program of Study and Placement Policy
Information about placement for students entering the graduate programs.
Maintaining Good Standing
There are several factors used in determining a student's standing.
Financial Assistance / Tuition Waivers
Information about financial assistance offered to graduate students.
Information about Graduate Supervisory Committees.
Graduate Student Forms
Most Common used forms by graduate students
Graduate Student Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to the most common Questions asked by graduate students
Distance-based Degree Opportunities
USU participates with the Utah Education Network (UEN) in an effort to deliver courses and programs to nontraditional students