MS in Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin



About University of Texas at Austin

Founded in 1885, University of Texas at Austin is one of the most prestigious schools in the USA. It is a public research university, and is the flagship institute of the University of Texas System. UTA is a dream university for a number of students thanks to its history, and the excellent future it promises. However, it isn’t an easy task to get in, unless you have an absolutely outstanding profile, complete with impeccable academics, a couple of international publications, and extensive research work.


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Tuition Fee
$35,766

STEM Course
The MS in Computer Science at UT Austin is a government-designated STEM degree and so international students may be eligible for the 24-month F1 OPT (optional practical training) extension.

Course Duration
18 months



AVERAGE PROFILE OF ADMITS
BASED ON PAST YOCKETERS ADMITTED


GRE

323


TOEFL

108


UG Score

9 CGPA


Work Ex

14 months

UPCOMING DEADLINES
UT Austin Computer Science

N.A.


DECISION DATES*

Fall: 13 Mar |
*Estimate based on previous dates reported by Yocketers


Course Description

The Computer Science course at the University of Texas is crafted for students who have completed their bachelor's degree in the respective field and wants to study further and want to make their future bright and established. It comes with two master's degree options i.e. the MSCS along with thesis and the MSCS with no thesis. Both the degrees need 30 hours of study. The without thesis option is more about organized assignments than the thesis one, which requires about 2 thesis classes.

The course includes-

  • Foundations of Logical Thought
  • Elements of Computers and Programming
  • Software Systems
  • Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Elements of Software Design
  • Data Structures etc



Eligibility and Application Requirements

A student needs to have a bachelor's degree in Computer science or should have taken the following courses or their equivalents:

  1. Discrete Math for Computer Science
  2. Introduction to Programming
  3. Data Structures
  4. Algorithms and Complexity
  5. Computer Organization and Architecture
  6. Principles of Computer Systems

A grade-point average of at least 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0) in any graduate work is required.





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