Graduate Programs
OVERVIEW
apply for admission today! With more than 70 faculty members spanning three departments: Computer Science, Informatics and Statistics, a state-of-the-art 90,000 sq. ft. building and a $20 million gift from philanthropist Donald Bren, this is a very exciting time to be a part of the Bren School.

We invite you to explore our areas of research and respective faculty information, as well as research highlights.

Join more than 400 graduate students — approximately 210 Ph.D. and 195 M.S. — studying virtually every principle area within the fields of Computer Science, Informatics and Statistics, as well as many new interdisciplinary topics.

Almost all of our Ph.D. students receive financial aid in the form of teaching assistantships or research assistantships during their time at UC Irvine. Many of them also receive fellowships from the Bren School's corporate partners and private supporters.

Get to know some of our 2012-13 fellowship winners by visiting the Graduate Student Profiles page.

Alexander Behm
Google Ph.D. Fellow
John Brock
Butterworth Fellow
Ellie Harmon
Kling Memorial Fellow
Sun Young Park
Lamb Endowed Memorial Fellow
Arjun Satish
Google Ph.D. Fellow
Nicole Miya Sylvester
Fischer Memorial Fellow
Tianbing Xu
Yahoo Best Dissertation Fellow
 

TEACHING PLAN
Plan your schedule with the draft of courses the Bren School is planning to offer in the upcoming academic year. Please note that this schedule is TENTATIVE and subject to change.
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PH.D.DEGREES AND CONCENTRATIONS
» Computer Science, (M.S. and Ph.D.)
»Information and Computer Science, (M.S. and Ph.D.)
» Concentration in Informatics (See tracks )
» Networked Systems, (M.S. and Ph.D.)
»Software Engineering, (M.S. and Ph.D.)
»Statistics, (M.S. and Ph.D.)
 
ADDITIONAL M.S. CONCENTRATIONS
»Concentration in Embedded Systems

RELATED DEGREE

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (HSSOE) offers a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering with concentrations in some areas within the field of Computer Science.