Texas Tech University, Department of Computer Science
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Graduate Program Overview

Introduction

The Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University provides an excellent environment for furthering your studies. There are 23 faculty members, with research specialties across the entire spectrum of computer science. You can view the different research groups here or you can view our individual faculty member pages here. Our department offers four different graduate programs:

These programs provide a strong background in computer science, specialization in subject tracks, and opportunities for research. A vast array of modern computing facilities are provided for graduate students. The graduate lab provides several Sun workstations for graduate students. Directed research labs provide Sun, SGI, and Windows workstations, as well as research−specific equipment, such as mobile robots, 3−D digitization equipment, and force−feedback (haptic) input devices. Off−campus, the High Performance Computing Center (HPCC) houses several high−performance computer systems, along with a panoramic theater for graphic and visualization demonstrations.

Course Transfers

A graduate course may be accepted for transfer from another university as long as the following conditions are met:

Students should be prepared to show syllabi and coursework from the courses they wish to transfer.

No courses are transferred until the degree plan (institutional transcripts showing the transfer courses and grades must be attached) is submitted to the Department of Computer Science and approved by the Graduate Advisor. Please refer all other questions regarding transfers to the Graduate Advisor.

Graduate Links

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