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The Texas A&M University Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers three types of graduate degrees (non-thesis Master of Computer Science/Master of Engineering, Master of Science with thesis and Ph.D.) in two disciplines: computer science and computer engineering, the latter jointly with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Graduate Admissions

Departmental Requirements and Procedures

Ph.D. Degree

Master of Science Degree (Thesis)

Master of Computer Science Degree (Non-thesis)

Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering Degree (Non-thesis)

Distance Education Degrees

Master of Science - Ph.D. Transfers

Additional Requirements and Procedures

The Graduate and Professional School also maintains a list of online documents with various forms, deadlines and requirements.


Please consult our frequently-asked-questions page about graduate programs. Specific questions not answered in these or the above documents should be directed to

Financial Aid

Admitted master's students (of all programs) and Ph.D. students are automatically considered for department scholarships, and are eligible for financial aid programs. Please refer to the tuition and fee calculator to estimate the costs of attending Texas A&M.

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Refer to the Texas A&M Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs for the official listings of available courses. Contact the advising office for any additional information.

Graduate Courses