The University of Idaho offers a thesis and nonthesis master of science in computer science (M.S.C.S.) and a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) in computer science. These advanced degrees prepare you to lead the discussion and development of advanced computer concepts and applications in science, engineering, business, the academic environment and in everyday life.
As a graduate student in the computer science program, you will learn the foundations of computer science theory and application and the interaction between the two. You’ll also gain an in-depth understanding of the current limitations of the field and learn how to apply methodical and inspired approaches to overcome these obstacles.
With about 50 graduate students in the computer science program, the University of Idaho offers exceptional instruction with direct access to faculty and the opportunity to fully participate in pioneering research opportunities.