CSU ranks top ten at national CyberSEED competition
Who's a Good Boy?
Students use machine learning to reinforce canine behavior in real time
The Right Data, Right Now
Ph.D. dissertation awarded for transforming data management

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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NEWS

Ram Legacy: Wim Böhm

Anton Pedro Willem Böhm, known to his colleagues and friends as “Wim,” stepped onto the Colorado State University campus in the spring of 1990 as a new professor in the Department of Computer Science. In the 30 years following that, Böhm made an immediate and lasting impression.

CSU online computer science bachelor’s degree ranked No. 2 nationwide

The new online computer science bachelor’s program is among the nation’s best for return on investment.

CSU ranks top ten at national CyberSEED competition

Interdisciplinary team bests national competitors in a test of practical cybersecurity skill.

Ray, Wilson recognized as Professor Laureates by CSU College of Natural Sciences

Colorado State University’s College of Natural Sciences will recognize the achievements of two outstanding faculty members at this spring’s 2021 Professor Laureate Awards: Indrakshi Ray, a professor in the Department of Computer Science, and Robert Wilson, a professor in the Department of Physics.