The School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS) offers both a Master of Science degree and a Doctor of Philosophy degree. The Master of Science degree provides study in state-of-the-art computer applications as well as an introduction to the theoretical foundations of computer science. The Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science is designed to provide study in all major areas of computer science while leading to the frontiers of knowledge in a chosen field of concentration.
Our faculty embodies a broad range of computing interests and has built dynamic and innovative research centers and groups around several areas of specialization. These include:
For further questions or clarification, the following people may be of help:
Ms. Olga Carbonell (firstname.lastname@example.org), Graduate Program Secretary, (305) 348-2744: contact if you are not currently enrolled, or if you are enrolled and have questions relating to contracts, financial aid, etc.
Dr. Shu-Ching Chen (email@example.com), Graduate Program Director and Graduate Advisor, (305) 348-3480: contact for advising and other graduate academic issues.
Dr. Deng Pan (firstname.lastname@example.org), Graduate Advisor for Telecomm & Networking, (305) 348-7567: contact for advising and other graduate academic issues.
Graduate assistants should see the Graduate Program Secretary immediately upon arrival to complete required paperwork.