Graduate Admissions

Approximately 100 students are admitted annually, split evenly between the M.S. and Ph.D. programs. Admission is competitive and based on the applicant’s academic profile and research potential.

What you’ll need to apply.

Graduate Degree Programs
– Degrees Offered
– Emphasis Areas
Requirements for Admission
– Bachelor’s Degree
– Test Scores
Deadline Details (Dec. 15, 2022)
Required Supporting Documents
– Transcripts
– GRE (required for MS; optional for PhD)
– TOEFL or IELTS or DUOLINGO (International Students Only)
– Statement of Purpose
– Letters of Recommendation
– Passport
– Financial Statement
Financial Support and Costs
– Financial Assistance:
– Fellowships, Research
Assistantships, and Teaching Assistantships
– Tuition & Fees
– Application Fee
– Living Expenses
International Applicants
– Passports
– I-20
– English Proficiency Testing
– Online Application
– Explanation of features
After you Apply
– Evaluation of Application
– Check status of Application
After you are Accepted
– Official Transcripts
– Enrollment
– Arrival

Domestic International Domestic International
Fee $0* $65 $55 $65
*Please contact

Getting Additional Information

For information regarding transcripts, English Proficiency tests scores, and I-20s, please contact the Admissions Office (Domestic students) or the International Admissions Office (International students).

Requirements, costs, and other information are subject to change without notice. The School of Computing Graduate Admissions Frequently Asked Questions document is a great resource for prospective students.

For information not covered in the “What You’ll Need to Apply” section above, email Unfortunately, the volume of e-mail to is very high, often asking about information that is already clearly stated on our web pages. Thus, it may take a while for a response to an e-mail query. So please check that the information you are seeking is not already on the web pages. Also, please note that all stated requirements are firm and exceptions are not granted.