Fall semester 2017, the Department of Computer Science at Texas State University began offering a Ph.D. program. This program integrates cutting-edge research, innovation, and entrepreneurship to prepare students for multiple career paths. It was the first in Texas to offer a doctoral education in computer science with formalized business training.
The program has two tracks: Information Management and Software Systems. A total of 54 semester credit hours (SCH) are required for a student entering with a master’s degree and 78 SCH for a student entering with a bachelor’s degree. Additional requirements include two one-week boot camps, a qualifying exam, a comprehensive exam, and programming competency skills.
The program accepts both full-time and part-time students. It focuses on the following key areas of applied computing of national priority: computer security and networking, data analytics and management, high-performance computing, human-computer interaction, informatics, and software engineering.
Generally, the fall application deadline is February 1. Thus, the 2019 priority application deadline for admission consideration would be February 1, 2019.
(All admissions are for the fall semester each year.)
Please refer to the following link for details on the admission policy, the application process, and the candidacy requirement: https://cs.txstate.edu/academics/phd/
Email enquiries can be sent to email@example.com
We hope to see you in the program,
Dr. Anne Ngu, Professor
Computer Science Ph.D. Program Director,
Texas State University
Deadline: Aug. 30, 2019, midnight