Rachel Masters honored with prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Computer science graduate student tackles the "Turf Monster"
Who's a Good Boy?
Students use machine learning to reinforce canine behavior in real time

Graduate education is a challenging and rewarding investment. The Department of Computer Science’s top-quality graduate programs offer the opportunity to focus your expertise and creativity on specific areas of interest and then apply your skills to pioneering research challenges. From traditional masters and Ph.D. programs to our nationally ranked online masters degree, you can choose from an array of avenues for research exploration. Our award-winning research work and graduate students are supported by CSU and by organizations around the globe. We are excited to work with you and help you join the ranks of our graduates advancing research in industry, academia, and government.




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Funding from NSF and NIST powers research into cybersecurity of supply chain at CSU

The modern supply chain is built on a complex network that connects transportation, manufacturing and other key systems across the country. However, the aging technology that underpins those key relationships through the internet is an increasingly soft and enticing target for cyberattacks.

DHS launches new Connected Communities Toolkit in partnership with Colorado State

The Connected Communities Toolkit addresses potential policy and technical knowledge gaps around issues like cyber-security and disaster preparedness. It was developed by researchers in engineering and natural sciences in collaboration with the DHS.

NSF-backed research seeks to provide new, precise irrigation tools to producers

An interdisciplinary team of researchers at CSU are working with farmers to proactively schedule and better monitor irrigation use in their fields using sensors, satellite imagery and deep learning technology.

Welcoming the new Chair of the Department of Computer Science: Bruce Draper

Bruce Draper assumed the role of Chair of the Department of Computer Science at Colorado State University, leveraging his rich academic history and groundbreaking research in human-avatar interaction and AI to lead the department towards new frontiers in technology and education.