New curriculum was approved in late 2015 that applies to incoming students in Fall 2016. Details will be provided in Spring 2016.
- Jan 2016
Our Ph.D. in Computing and Information Systems program is uniquely designed to train Ph.D. students in innovative, interdisciplinary research of societal relevance centered on computing and informatics. It is the largest and fastest growing Ph.D. program on campus. It is staffed with a strong faculty of international stature and ranked in the top 10 in faculty productivity among 375 top research universities in the US in 2007.
Research funding is from major federal agencies, including NSF, NIH, DOD, DOE, DHS, ARO, etc. The program also receives funding from the Department of Education.
- Degree Requirements (For students admitted Fall 2012 or later)
- Degree Requirements (For students admitted before Fall 2012)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Ph.D. Coordinators
- Prior to Fall 2005
This program was originally named "Ph.D. in Information Technology". The new name became effective in July 2011.