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|PhD Application Deadline||Master’s Application Deadline|
|December 15||January 15|
|For full admission and financial aid consideration, applications to the PhD program must be submitted and complete by December 15th.||For full admission consideration, applications for the Master’s program must be submitted and complete by January 15th.|
For both the Ph.D. and the Masters programs, we will notify admitted students from February through April. Please let us know whether you accept by May 1.
Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Study (SUGS) program
SUGS is open to current U of M undergraduate students only.
SUGS program applications must be submitted and completed by:
- January 15 (fall term)
- October 1 (winter term)
We expect applicants to have earned their bachelor’s degrees by the time they matriculate, and to possess strong backgrounds in computer science or a related discipline. To be eligible for the M.S. program, students must not already hold a master’s degree in computer science or an equivalent field.
Successful MS applicants usually have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.5/4.0, GRE scores of at least 70% verbal, 90% quantitative, and 40% analytical writing, and three strong letters of recommendation. International students should have a TOEFL score of at least 100. Students admitted to the PhD program generally exceed these standards. In addition, students admitted to the Ph.D. program often have prior research experience or have demonstrated research aptitude.
We guarantee PhD students full funding as long as they are making satisfactory progress towards the degree. Admission to the M.S. program is not accompanied by funding, but there are opportunities for financial support after beginning the program.
Graduate programs staff
Contact us with any questions about Computer Science and Engineering graduate programs.
Ashley Andreae, Graduate Programs Coordinator
Sonya Siddique, Graduate Programs Assistant (Admissions)