Masters In Computer Science Texas

Computer Science MS Degree

Graduate Admissions


Dept of Computer Science
Phone: 903.566.7403

Degree Information
Dr. Stephen Rainwater
Phone: 903.566.7235

Graduate Admission Information
The University of Texas at Tyler
Office of Graduate Admissions
Office: HPR 248
Phone: 903.566.7457
Fax: 903.566.7492

Program Information

Tracks: Thesis, Professional

Hours: Thesis - 30, Professional - 36

Time to Degree: Can be completed in 2 years

College: Soules College of Business

Research Areas

Total Program Tuition Cost: Estimated tuition for full-time, in-state on-campus enrollment is $16,560. Tuition varies by delivery method and hours taken per semester. Calculate your estimated tuition with the tuition calculator.

Scholarships/Financial Support Available:  Yes

Certificate Options: Yes

Cybersecurity Certificate
Data Analytics Certificate

Student Research Opportunities Available:  Yes

Application Instructions

Admission Requirements

*Applicants to computer science must have an undergraduate major in computer science or course work in computer science including the content of COSC 1337, COSC 2315 and COSC 2336 or equivalent and six hours of calculus.

Computer Science does not require transcript evaluations for foreign degrees unless specifically requested by the program.

Test Score Required: The CS Department requires a satisfactory score on the General Test (verbal, analytical, and quantitative) of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

Additional requirements for applicants with bachelor’s degrees from foreign institutions include Proof of English Proficiency as outlined here.

GPA: A satisfactory grade point average on all prior advanced-level (junior, senior and graduate) work taken.

Letters of Recommendation: No

Statement of Purpose: No

Resume/Curriculum Vitae: No

Admissions Essay: No

Deadlines: University deadlines apply. Summer admission is not offered to international applicants.

UT Tyler Computer Science Graduate Student Research:


Career Outlook: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for computer network systems administrators is expected to increase by 30% in this decade, which is decidedly faster than growth anticipated in other sectors. A master’s in computer science is a common degree requirement for those who hold network and systems administrator positions. Employment prospects for network systems and data communications analysts look even more favorable with an expected 53% job growth. For more information, visit Occupational Outlook Handbook - Computer and Information Technology Occupations.

Salary Information: See Bureau of Labor Statistics for detailed salary information on these careers. Another great resource is O*Net.

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Department of Computer Science
COB 315
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, TX 75799

Office Hours:
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Ph: 903.566.7403
Fx: 903.565.5607