For graduate advising, please contact ...

Dr. Rob Green
Graduate Coordinator
Hayes 243
Phone: (419) 372-8782

Admissions Process
Follow this link to apply to the MS program in computer science.

Graduate Program Learning Outcomes
This describes the goals of the MS in Computer Science program at Bowling Green State University.

Graduate Student Policies
This page has information on policies that apply to graduate students in our department.  Included is information on transferring credits, professional development travel grants and internship policies.

Graduate Courses: The online list of computer science graduate courses is current. Model syllabi are available for most courses.

Prerequisites to Graduate Work
Students with an undergraduate degree in computer science are usually ready to begin graduate studies at BGSU. Those with deficiencies can make these up while beginning the graduate program.

Requirements for the Master's Degree
The non-thesis option is most common, but a thesis option is also available.

Requirements for the Dual Master's Degree
A student may design a program of study incorporating computer science and another discipline leading to the simultaneous awarding of two master's degrees. Popular dual degree programs include

  • computer science and psychology
  • computer science and mathematics