Graduate programs are administered by the Case Western Reserve University School of Graduate Studies.
Explore our research strengths in computer and data sciences
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Major: Computer and Information Science
Computer science and information technology form the underpinning of most modern industries. Our program helps you develop highly valued skills and the ability to solve problems within a broad range of fields. We aim to provide an environment of scholarship and professional participation to help students build confidence and the ability to interact with colleagues globally.
Our PhD in Computing and Information Science is a 54-credit-hour program allowing you to hone your expertise in algorithms, computer networks, data science, AI and more. We prepare you to achieve greater goals and become a leader in Computer Science.
Through this PhD program, you will be able to strengthen and demonstrate your talent through independent research.
The Department of Computer and Data Sciences is home to one PhD-granting program.
Read the Ohio Board of Regents Doctoral Program Statement:
Explore degree requirements, courses and more in the university’s General Bulletin