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School of Computing

Our program covers the design principles of key computing technologies such as hardware, operating systems, database systems, networks, graphics, and artificial intelligence.

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Welcome Dr. Gagan Agrawal ...

File photo of Dr. Gagan AgrawalThe School of Computing is pleased to welcome Dr. Gagan Agrawal as its inaugural Director! Prior to joining us, Dr. Agrawal was the professor and associate dean for research and graduate studies in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences at Augusta University. Between 2001 and 2019, he served as an associate professor, professor, graduate director, and interim department chair of Computer Science at Ohio State University. He has led highly impactful research in High Performance Computing, Cloud/Grid systems, Scientific Data Management, Data Mining, Social Media Analytics, and most recently, Cybersecurity.

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Latest News

Profs. Ramviyas Parasuraman (PI) and Prashant Doshi (Co-PI) received a new grant from the U.S. Army Research Lab for the project titled "Cooperative Multi-Agent Systems". This is a 3-year grant with a $1.68 million budget.
Keeping up with our recent students trips, a group of graduate students undertook a visit to Microsoft's Atlanta headquarters last week, with a primary focus on gaining valuable insights into the latest developments in the field of technology.
Last Friday, 45 UGA students including 22 Computer Science and 2 Data Science majors went on a trip to Atlanta to visit the Google Headquarters for the Google Career Caravan!

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Graduate Program

The School of Computing offers the Master of Science (MS) ( thesis and non-thesis)  and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in computer science, and an interdisciplinary Masters in Applied Mathematical Sciences (MAMS) degree. 

At the graduate-level, the department also offers a Cyberscurity Certificate program.

Prospective students may apply online to any of the above Graduate Degree programs by visiting the Graduate School website at

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