MS in Computer and Information Sciences

There are 274 top ranked US universities offering MS Degree programs in Computer and Information Sciences. US universities awarded Masters degree to 7722 students in Computer and Information Sciences.255 had one of the highest number of foreign graduate students : Carnegie Mellon University . University of North Texas. had highest percentage of Masters degrees awarded to the female students

Cost of doing Masters in Computer and Information Sciences

The cost of a 2 year masters degree in a US University in Computer and Information Sciences could vary notably between public and a private university. The difference in cost of a 2 year masters degree at a US University in could be 5k - 15k$ per year. Fees for Masters degree at Johns Hopkins University is $43,390 where as Alcorn State University costs $4,435. Ranking of a school or university is co related with pricing. Occasionally US public university tuition is lower than a similar ranked private university for eg, the per year program cost for MS in Computer and Information Sciences at a top ranked public university University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus is $31,658

Computer and Information Sciences focuses on computing, computer science, and information science and systems. Such programs are undifferentiated as to title and content and are not to be confused with specific programs in computer science, information science, or related support services. program

Top Ranked Universities for MS in Computer and Information Sciences

ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
Yale University335500 $7.73 Computer and Information Sciences **: 28
Massachusetts Institute of Technology741770 $8.95 Computer and Information Sciences **: 5
Duke University842805 $13.99 Computer and Information Sciences **: 18
University of Pennsylvania927700 $12.60 Computer and Information Sciences **: 107
California Institute of Technology1038085 $12.77 Computer and Information Sciences **: 5
Johns Hopkins University1243390 $18.43 Computer and Information Sciences **: 164
Brown University1642808 $9.60
Rice University1930810 $16.71 Computer and Information Sciences **: 13
University of Virginia-Main Campus2422602 $29.55 Computer and Information Sciences **: 13
Tufts University2742856 $21.39 Computer and Information Sciences **: 15
New York University3234488 $35.04 Computer and Information Sciences **: 116
College of William and Mary3320608 $32.17 Computer and Information Sciences **: 26
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus3626860 $51.18 Computer and Information Sciences **: 123
Northeastern University4329424 $31.86 Computer and Information Sciences **: 73
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute4443350 $43.58
University of California-Irvine4526322 $47.46 Computer and Information Sciences **: 18
University of Wisconsin-Madison4724054 $68.62 Computer and Information Sciences **: 67
University of Florida4927335 $44.10 Computer and Information Sciences **: 5
University of Washington-Seattle Campus5125690 $58.44 Computer and Information Sciences **: 86
The University of Texas at Austin5320790 $46.75 Computer and Information Sciences **: 42

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