Are you hungry for new knowledge? Worried about where to go, what to study, how to pay for it? Take a look at Baylor Computer Science. Our Master of Science degree program offers students hands-on training in software systems development, including working closely with a faculty member on a thesis or project. Some current work includes:
- Aspect-oriented software development
- Automatic integration of Big Data tools
- Big Data query processing
- Biological network modeling and analysis
- Cryptocurrency and multicurrency
- Developing tools towards fake news detection
- Functional genomics and computational systems biology
- Gate-level simulation of digital circuits — performance improvements
- Geometric accelerations for unsupervised learning methods
- Gesture-based interaction — for people with usability concerns
- Identifying symptoms of pediatric ocular cancer in digital images
- Internet of Things (IoT) security
- Learning to identify literary criticism in secondary texts
- Microservice architecture design
- P2P (Peer-to-peer) protocol incentive systems
- P2P storage systems
- Semantic analytics of genomic data
- Sentiment detection from social media
- Symmetric boolean functions — detection and exploitation
More information about our graduate programs are available here: M.S.C.S and Ph.D. in Computer Science. The majority of our graduate students receive full-tuition scholarships, and many teaching and research assistantships are available that include stipends to cover living costs. More information about our scholarships and stipends is available online.
To get started, visit our How to Apply page. When you are ready, you may apply online.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Graduate Admissions at (254) 710-3588 or email Computer_Science@baylor.edu.