College of Engineering and Computer Science - Department of

Computer Science & Engineering

Combined Bachelor and Master Degree Programs

Admission Requirements

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers a 4+1 Combined Bachelor and Masters degree program. An undergraduate student applies to the Graduate School for admission into a Combined-Degree program by submitting a Combined-Degree Program Application along with a Wright State transcript(unofficial transcripts are acceptable).

Students must have the following characteristics:

  • A cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or better.
  • Has less than 60 semester hours remaining to undergraduate graduation, but more than 30 semester hours.
  • Has been a full-time student.

Combined Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Computer Science

The Combined Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Computer Science offers a streamlined program designed for completion in 5 years, resulting in the student graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science. The curriculum includes the study of algorithms and data structures, programming languages, software methodology and tools, and data management and analysis. During their 4th year students will start taking courses in theory and applications of computing that will prepare them for their Master of Science Degree.

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Combined Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Computer Engineering

The Combined Bachelor and Master of Science program in Computer Engineering offers a streamlined program designed for completion in 5 years, resulting in the student graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering. The curriculum includes the study of computer systems including their design, construction, and overall operations with a major focus on hardware. It also includes the study of digital circuits, embedded systems, programming languages and operating systems. The program provides a mathematics, science, and engineering foundation common to all quality engineering programs. During their 4th year students will start taking courses in systems design and analysis that will prepare them for their Master of Science degree.

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Financial Aid

Students who have been accepted into the dual degree program will remain eligible to receive undergraduate level financial aid until they have graduated and are fully admitted into the graduate portion of the degree program. Once the student is classified as being a graduate level student in Banner, the student will be eligible to begin receiving graduate level financial aid. This distinction will apply to all forms of graduate support, including assistantships and Graduate Tuition Scholarships as well as financial aid obtained through the Financial Aid office.