CEC Graduate Faculty profiles
Undergraduate preparation should include, at minimum, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, discrete structures, probability, and statistics, in addition to computational proficiency, including experience with a variety of languages and computer hardware. Additional requirements depend on the proposed study focus. Admission for cross-disciplinary Information Technology, PhD study will depend on alignment with CEC faculty research expertise.
Goals statement: The INFT PhD program is for doctoral level research interests that cross typical engineering and computing fields with other academically-relevant disciplines. The submitted goals statement should be prepared carefully, not exceeding 350 words and describe the following: the applicant's primary areas of interest and post-graduation career plans. Because of the extensive role that an advisor plays, the applicant should also identify two faculty with whom they wish to work.
Recommendation letters should come, preferably, from college instructors.
Additional details available here: Admissions & Policies for Information Technology, PhD.
Space-available deadlines for fall 2024 applications are available here: https://cec.gmu.edu/admissions/graduate-admissions/application-requirements-and-deadlines