Master of Science Admissions in Computer Science

To advance the knowledge and skills for a career in computing and cyber security

Welcome to the Master of Science in Computer Science program (MSCS) at the Texas A&M University - San Antonio. The program is designed to prepare graduate students with the necessary knowledge and skill components in current computer science, cyber security and information systems, as required by business, government, and academic research.

Admission Requirements and Degree Requirements

Application Deadlines

Fall Semester: August 5th

Spring Semester: December 20th

https://www.tamusa.edu/computing-cyber-security/ms-computer-science.html

Graduate Admission Process

https://www.tamusa.edu/admissions/graduateinformation.html

Graduate Assistantships and Scholarships

Teaching assistantships are funded by the department, and research assistantships are funded by individual faculty research grants. Out-of-state and international students who are funded for assistantships (at least half time) or those who are awarded a scholarship of $1,000 or more (competitive) are eligible for in-state tuition rates.

Students are selected for Graduate Assistantships and Scholarships by the Computing and Cyber Security Department based on students’ academic merit and prior research experience. Students should apply early to be considered for assistantships /scholarships. When students are considered for admission, they are also considered for Graduate Assistantships and Scholarships. There is no need to apply separately for assistantships / scholarships.

Contact (Contact by email is preferable):

Young Lee, Ph.D.

Graduate Coordinator
Department of Computing and Cyber Security, SciTech 211-E
Texas A&M University – San Antonio, San Antonio, TX 78224.
Office Phone: (210) 784-2376.
Email:  Young.Lee@tamusa.edu

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