Computer Science, M.Eng. (Ithaca)
Field of Study
The Field of Computer Science is intended for students who are primarily interested in the general aspects of computational processes, both theoretical and practical. Areas of research in the field include algorithms, architecture, artificial intelligence, computer vision, computational biology, concurrency and distributed computing, database systems, machine learning, machine vision, natural language processing, networks, numerical analysis, programming environments, programming languages and methodology, robotics, and theory of computation.
The department makes use of a mix of computing platforms, with about three-quarters of our research and instructional computing taking place on Microsoft's Windows operating systems and Intel Architecture processors and the remaining quarter on Red Hat Linux desktop and Red Hat Linux and Sun Solaris back-end servers. The department has more than1,200 computers ranging from desktops to high-end parallel processing servers, more than 15 terabytes of online disk storage, and a backbone network based on switched Gigabit Ethernet.
In addition to the resources directly owned and operated by the department, computer science students and researchers have access to a number of university facilities. The university provides extensive campus-wide networking, including RedRover, an 802.11b wireless campus network. National and international access is provided by three OC3 connections to the global Internet. High-speed community access is available through Time-Warner's RoadRunner cable modem system and several DSL providers. Finally, through the Cornell Theory Center and the Program in Computer Graphics, computer science researchers have access to a wide range of advanced parallel processing and supercomputer systems, as well as advanced graphics and visualization systems.
Concentrations by Subject
- artificial intelligence
- computer science
- programming languages and logics
- scientific computing and applications
- theory of computation
Application Requirements and Deadlines
Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Oct. 1
To permit immediate enrollment in graduate-level courses, applicants are expected to have an appropriate background in the major subject chosen. Applicants are also required to submit scores on the GRE general test. Please visit our Web site for more information on the field.
The M.Eng. in Computer Science is offered in two sites-Cornell's main campus in Ithaca and the Cornell NYC Tech campus in New York City. Students are admitted to the program at a specific campus, and take all courses at that location.
For more information on the M.Eng. program in Ithaca, please visit http://www.cs.cornell.edu/grad/MEngProgram/MEngAdmissions/index.htm.
For information on the M.Eng. program in New York City, please visit: http://blogs.cornell.edu/tech
- all Graduate School Requirements, including the TOEFL Exam for Non-Native English Applicants
- M.Eng. -two recommendations
- GRE general test
- M.Eng. - for general questions regarding the M.Eng. application, email email@example.com or see the Admissions home page Admissions home page. For specific questions related to the program in New York City, email firstname.lastname@example.org.