Ranked among the top-50 computer science departments at public universities nationally by U.S. & World Report, Auburn University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering offers online degree programs to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Students interested in a graduate degree have the choice of M.S. in Computer Science & Software Engineering, M.S. in Cybersecurity Engineering, and M.S. in Data Science & Engineering, all of which feature the same rigorous curricula as their on-campus counterparts.
Undergraduates seeking to earn a bachelor’s degree can enroll in the Bachelor of Computer Science program that provides a dynamic and flexible learning environment, where innovative pedagogy is combined with modern technology. This degree program admits both traditional and non-traditional students such as working adults, who have transferrable college credits or an undergraduate degree in another discipline, to earn a computer science degree remotely.
Please make use of the application instructions to guide your applications to the online graduate programs in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. Frequently asked questions (FAQs) may address some of your application related questions. If you can't find an answer in FAQs, please feel free to contact the director of Graduate Programs (Dr. Qin).