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Ph.D. Graduate Student Requirements (Computer Science)

The PhD in Computing and Information Sciences is a 36-credit-hour program that allows you to focus your expertise on algorithms, artificial intelligence, biomedical informatics, computer networks and distributed systems, databases and data mining, or software engineering.

Explore degree requirements, course descriptions, qualifying exam information and more in our General Bulletin >>

 

These regulations are in addition to the Academics Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies and the Specific Requirements for the Ph.D. Degree of the Graduate Program in the Case School of Engineering as found in the General Catalog of Case Western Reserve University.

 

Please Note: When applying to this program, select the CIS (Computing and Information Sciences) option in your application. Apply now >>

 

 

 

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