The Computer Science program offers a graduate program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree with a major in Computer Science through the Graduate School. The Computer Sciences Ph.D. program prepares a student to undertake independent research in either an academic or non-academic setting. The program is structured around the Ph.D. thesis; course and seminar work are designed with the requisite quality of the thesis in mind. A criterion for the thesis is that it be publishable in a recognized journal.
The Doctor of Philosophy degree in Engineering Science is offered for concentrations that correlate with five of our engineering programs: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Industrial and Quality Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering and Energy Processes.
The ECE Department provides a rich environment for educational and professional advancement while offering a flexible course of study that can be tailored to each student's academic and professional goals. Graduates enjoy excellent employment opportunities and are recruited worldwide in industry, government, and academia.