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PhD Information

The Doctorate of Philosophy in Computer Science, is a degree of quality.

This program will continue the great tradition of the current undergraduate and graduate programs available through the department.

For complete information about the PhD program, please select the links on the right, or contact the Department of Computer Science at 435-797-2451.

PhD Application Deadlines
Fall - March 1st

Areas of Emphases
The Department of Computer Science provides strong learning and research capabilities in Bioinformatics, Parallel, Concurrent and Distributed Systems, Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence. Research opportunities also exist in Compiler Design, Computer Graphics, Information Systems and Biomedical Systems.

Contact Us
Use the contact information below to get in touch with the Utah State Computer Science Department.

Dr. Nicholas Flann, Graduate Advisor
Department of Computer Science
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-4205
Tel: 435-797-2432
Email: nick.flann@usu.edu
Genie Hanson, Graduate Secretary
Department of Computer Science
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-4205
Tel: 435-797-2451
Email: genie.hanson@usu.edu

PhD Admissions Requirements
Information about admissions requirements for the PhD program in Computer Science.

PhD Preliminary Admission Application Form
Submit a preliminary application for admission into the PhD program.

PhD Course Requirements
Information about course requirements for the PhD program in Computer Science.

PhD Examination Policy
The document outlines the policies of the USU Computer Science Department regarding the written and oral PhD qualifying examinations.

PhD Supervisory Committee
Information about PhD Supervisory Committee.

Maintaining Good Standing
There are several factors used in determining a student's standing.

Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to most common questions asked by PhD Students.

Financial Assistance
Information about financial assistance offered to graduate students.

PhD Student Forms
Most Common used forms by graduate students

Dissertation Style Guides for Computer Science

School of Graduate Studies at Utah State University