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Graduate Degree Programs

CS Grad Program

Computer Science

The computer science program provides opportunities for students to join vibrant collaborative and interdisciplinary efforts in artificial intelligence, computer animation and virtual environments, cyber-physical systems, distributed real-time and embedded middleware, human-systems integration, image processing, intelligent learning environments, model-integrated computing, robotics, software engineering and trustworthy computing. Students can explore a broad range of research areas in computer science, as well as interdisciplinary research opportunities in areas related to the School of Engineering's strategic directions in health care and medicine, security, energy and natural resources and entertainment.

Masters of Science 

Graduate Course Listing

Master's Requirements

Doctor of Philosophy

Graduate Course Catalog

Ph.D. Program Structure 

Admission to Advanced Standing in the CS Program

Courses

Preliminary Exam Procedures

Admission to Candidacy, Qualifying Examination, and Dissertation Defense

 

EE Grad Program

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering students have the opportunity to participate in research that is propelling those changes with the potential to impact virtually every human system, from health care to education, transportation, defense and the environment. Significant research programs in electrical engineering focus on carbon, diamond and silicon nanotechnology, hybrid and embedded systems, medical image processing, photonics, radiation effects and reliability and robotics. Many faculty members are involved with the Institute for Software Integrated Systems and the Institute for Space and Defense Electronics, which support leading-edge basic and applied research important to critical commercial and government systems. In addition, several faculty members are affiliated with the Vanderbilt Institute of Nanoscale Science and Engineering and the Vanderbilt Initiative in Surgery and Engineering.

Masters of Science

Graduate Course Listing

Master's Requirements (pdf)

Master's Requirements (for students admitted prior to Fall 2004

Doctor of Philosophy

Graduate Course Listing

Doctoral Requirements (pdf)

Course Requirements (for students admitted prior to Fall 2004)

Structure Details (pdf)

Ph.D. Suggested Reading List (pdf)

Gateway Course List