Welcome to Graduate Studies in Computer Science and Engineering
Notre Dame’s graduate programs in Computer Science and Engineering lead to high-impact research careers in the academy, industry, and government.
Our graduate students engage in interdisciplinary research with faculty working across five broad areas:
Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
Computer Architecture and Systems
Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization
Theories and Algorithms
As a student in our Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, you’ll have opportunities to work within and across those areas, as well as in University research centers.
Research centers led by faculty in Computer Science and Engineering include the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center, the Institute for Data Science and Society, the Institute for Global Development, the Center for Research Computing, the Institute for Global Health, Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics, the Institute for Advanced Study.
Our primary graduate degree program, the Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, welcomes applications from highly motivated students.
We also offer an M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering, a non-Ph.D. track degree that leads to a research career in industry or government.
Prof. Jane Cleland-Huang
Director of Graduate Studies