Graduate Studies

The Department of Computer Science offers a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Computer Science, and undergraduate students may also undertake an accelerated B.A./M.A. combined degree program.

The Ph.D. Program in Computer Science is based at CUNY Graduate Center and is offered in collaboration with other CUNY colleges.   Ph.D. students may be advised by and conduct research with faculty members in the Department of Computer Science at Queens College who have a joint appointment in the doctoral program.   Students interested in doctoral studies should consult the Ph.D. Program in Computer Science and CUNY Graduate Center websites for more information.

Degree Program

  1. B.A./M.A. Accelerated Degree
  2. Master of Arts (M.A.) in Computer Science
  3. Ph.D. Program in Computer Science

  4. Master of Science in Education (MSEd) in teaching Math and Computer Science

Admissions and Financial Aid

Ph.D. applicants should contact the Ph.D. Program at CUNY Graduate Center.   Students interested in the masters program should consult the Office of Graduate Admissions.   Information about Computer Science admissions is available on the M.A. Program and B.A./M.A. Program webpages.   For other questions about computer science, you may also contact the Department of Computer Science main office.   Additional Queens College resources include:

  1. International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)
  2. Financial Aid Office (FAO)
  3. Office of Honors and Scholarship Programs

Resources for Current Students

  1. Join the Graduate Student E-mail List
  2. "Student Resources" page on this site
Photograph of the library clock tower at dusk.
The Chaney-Goodman-Schwerner clock tower of the Rosenthal Library is an iconic feature of the Queens College campus.