- Full-time Faculty: 17
- Undergraduate students: 261
- Graduate students: 313
- Annual research expenditures (3-year average): $3.8 million
Degrees and Programs
Undergraduate degree programs:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- 5-year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science programs
- Second major or minor in computer science
- Non-majors: computer science courses of interest
Graduate degree programs and certificates:
- Master of Science in Computer Science
- Master of Science in Cybersecurity in Computer Science
- Master of Science in Data Analytics
- Master of Science in Applied Computer Science (online)
- Ph.D. in Computer Science
- Certificate: Computer Security & Information Assurance
- Certificate: Gateway to Computer Science (online)
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Algorithms and Theory
- Computer Security, Privacy and Cryptography
- Operating and Distributed Systems
- Multi-Disciplinary and Collaborative Research
Labs, Centers & Institutes
- GW Cloud Systems Lab
- Cyber Security and Policy Research Institute
- GW Usable Security and Privacy Lab
- GW Center for Networks Research
- Human-Computer Interaction Group
- Institute for Computer Graphics
- Motion Capture and Analysis Laboratory
Points of Pride
- Our faculty and students pursue a unique range of research topics, covering traditional topics as well as new trends in computing for society.
- We offer two undergraduate degree paths to meet the different objectives of our students. Our Bachelor of Science program is a strong core-computer science program, while our Bachelor of Arts program is designed for students who have varied interests and want to pursue them side-by-side with a computer science concentration.
- We offer multiple innovative graduate degrees and certificates. We have programs available for everyone from those new to CS to those wishing to advance the field with novel research.
- We are a technically strong department that produces graduates who get good jobs. Our graduates work, for example, for Google, Amazon, and NASA.
- We are a welcoming and diverse community that values student participation in our governance.
- Our department boasts a large number of women students: 37% of our recent incoming class were women, about twice the national average