Graduate Programs in Computer Science and Software Engineering at Auburn University

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The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Auburn University offers three master's degrees and one Ph.D. degree:

  • Master of Science (Thesis and Non-Thesis Options) in Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Master of Cybersecurity Engineering (M.S.CE) Coming soon in the fall 2018 academic semester.
  • Master of Data Science and Engineering (M.S.DSE), Joint Degree with the Department of Mathematics and StatisticsComing soon in the fall 2019 academic semester.
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science and Software Engineering

The department currently has over 765 undergraduate majors and 149 graduate students. It offers bachelor's degrees in Computer Science, Software Engineering and Wireless Engineering. The students within the department are quite involved professionally, as evidenced by active chapters of ACM, IEEE-CS, and UPE. The faculty is committed to a balanced program in both instruction and research, with the goal of achieving excellence in Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Parallel Computation, Computer Networks, Database, Operating Systems, Language Theory and Compilers, Human/Computer Interaction, Multimedia, E-commerce, and Hardware/Software Codesign, Information Assurance, Network Security, Wireless Engineering

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Graduate study in computer science and software engineering provides students with opportunities to further their education through advanced courses in their areas of interest, and to exercise and sharpen skills developed during their undergraduate education. The graduate curriculum is directed toward creative research with the CSSE faculty members. 

Last Updated: 12/4/17 3:25 PM