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  • Omid Setayeshfar, Roxana Attar, Yue Yin, and Ruoyan Cai are graduate students in CS

    Research Clusters

    The faculty of the School of Computing is composed of energetic and creative professors whose interests cover many of the growing or emerging research areas in Computer Science. 

  • Environmental portraits of Jaewoo Lee 'data mining' in a gold mine.

    Undergraduate Programs

    The CS curriculum covers the design principles of key computing technologies such as hardware, operating systems, database systems, networks, graphics, and artificial intelligence.

  • Kang Li with Students in Science Library iWall Room

    Graduate Programs

    The School of Computing is filled with energetic and creative professors whose interests cover many of the growing or emerging research areas in computer science. 

Director's Welcome

In 1984, the Computer Science Department at UGA was established with 8 faculty and an undergraduate program. Shortly thereafter, the MAMS degree was added, and in 1987 the MS in CS was approved. The PhD program in CS was approved in 1993 and began in 1995. 

We have now grown to include 36 faculty members, 182 enrolled graduate students, and 1282 undergraduate majors, and to serve thousands of non-major undergraduates. 

We offer B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science, an MS in Cybersecurity and Privacy, and our graduates have gone on to prestigious positions in academia, industry, and at private and federal research labs. 

On July 01, 2022, the Computer Science Department has been elevated to a School of Computing.

Thank you for visiting us on the Web. We invite you to visit us on campus. Please contact us if you would like to schedule a visit.

Thiab R. Taha, Director

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Congratulations to Dr. Michael E. Cotterell (Co-PI) for receiving a 3-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) Institute of Education Sciences (IES) for a project titled, "Generalized, Multilevel, and Longitudinal Psychometric Models for Evaluating Educational Interventions.”

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Graduate Program

The School of Computing offers the Master of Science (MS) ( thesis and non-thesis)  and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in computer science, and an interdisciplinary Masters in Applied Mathematical Sciences (MAMS) degree. 

At the graduate-level, the department also offers a Cyberscurity Certificate program.

Prospective students may apply online to any of the above Graduate Degree programs by visiting the Graduate School website at www.grad.uga.edu

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