Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science and Engineering
The University of the District of Columbia is a public, historically black, land‐grant institution offering affordable programs from associate to doctoral degree level. With the Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) provides a continuous path for obtaining advanced education in various disciplines of computer science and engineering.
For Admission and Application Information.
Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science and Engineering (Ph.D.)
About the Program
The Ph.D. program has an interdisciplinary focus with emphasis on design thinking and the ability to solve complex problems.
Doctoral research will focus on the interface between computer science and engineering including additive manufacturing, biomedical engineering, mechatronics, underwater communication, nanotechnology, simulation, modeling, smart grids, rehabilitation engineering, cyber security, big data analysis, robotics, geo-transportation, environmental engineering, and urban engineering. Ph.D. research thesis results will be published in peer reviewed publications aligning thesis outcomes with research priorities supported by NSF, DOD, NIST, DOE, and NIH.
For more information contact
Dr. Paul Cotae
Director, SEAS Research Center
Director, Ph.D. Program
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science & Information Technology
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Scholarship and Grants
- Research Opportunities
- Internships – Jobs – Assistantships HANDSHAKE
- Student Clubs and Organizations
- Transfer to UDC
- NASA-MIRO: Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Space Technology & Applied Research at UDC (CAM-STAR)
- Center for Biomechanical & Rehabilitation Engineering (CBRE)
- Center for Nanotechnology Research and Education (CNRE)
- SEAS Research Center
- NIST-Professional Research Experience Program (PREP)
- Additive Manufacturing Post Processing Partnership (AMP3) Consortium