Graduate Degrees

The links below go to the most recent information on the graduate degrees offered by the Computer Science Department. Previous years’ catalogs (including degree requirements) may be found at the NMSU Catalogs Page. The online application form for the 5-year dual B.S. + M.S. is available [ here ].

NMSU’s online catalogs are currently being redesigned and PDFs are available at http://catalog.nmsu.edu. When the new resources are online, we will update this page with direct links to the degree details.

 

Doctoral Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science
  • Computer Science may also be a component in an Interdisciplinary Ph.D.
  • Submit your application at the graduate school (Button “Apply To Graduate School”) 

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Expected milestones of the PhD study:

  1. Pass the qualifying exams by the end of the 1st year (except when you must complete deficiency courses) since first enrollment
  2. Create a web page that shows a full official CV that lists cumulative publications and other related academic information by the end of the first year. Update this CV every year.
  3. Identify a thesis advisor within one semester of passing qualifying exams.
  4. Form a thesis committee within one year of passing qualifying exams.
  5. Meet with your committee members at least once per year.
  6. Publish high quality conference and journal papers during the PhD study.
  7. Complete your comprehensive exam (a reasonable time frame is 3 to 4 years since first enrollment).
  8. Defend your thesis (a reasonable time frame is 4 to 6 years since first enrollment).

Master’s Degrees

  • 5-Year Dual B.S. + M.S. in Computer Science [ online application form ]
  • M.S. in Computer Science
  • M.S. in Bioinformatics
  • Computer Science may also be a component in an Interdisciplinary M.S.
  • Submit your application at the graduate school (Button “Apply To Graduate School”) 

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