Emerging Interdisciplinary Fields
Conduct state-of-the-art research in a world-renowned university.
Study innovation and cutting-edge technology with dedicated faculty, a few miles from Route 128, Boston’s technology corridor.
Brandeis University's graduate programs in computer science offer courses and research opportunities in many of the core areas of computer science: databases, programming languages, artificial intelligence, networks, distributed and parallel computing, data compression, human computer interaction and collaborative technology.
You will have the opportunity to take courses and do research in many of the emerging interdisciplinary fields associated with computer science, such as neural nets and dynamical systems, computational linguistics, computational biology, and educational technology.
The Department of Computer Science offers an array of graduate degrees in a number of fields. The programs rest on our faculty's core strengths and are tailored to your individual professional goals.
- Ph.D. in Computer Science
- M.A. in Computer Science (9 course (3-semester) and 12 course (4-semester) track, depending on student's academic background)
- M.A. in Computational Linguistics
- Combined B.A./M.A. in Computer Science or Computational Linguistics (for Brandeis undergraduates)
- Undergraduate Programs in Computer Science