Masters Program (Computer Science)
The MS in Computer Science Program at DSU is a hybrid of the academic and professional degree to establish an integrated breadth and depth based curriculum model. A rigorous 24 credit hour course work in followed by 9 credit hour thesis work unified with student's chosen depth-oriented specialities. The program is spread over 4 semesters with minimum 33 credit hours that are based on 4 core courses of fundamental computing with 4 electives from a wide range of electives. Our research focus is on Computational Linguistics, High Performance Computing, Intelligent Systems, Ubiquitous Computing and Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering & Information Management, and Network & Information Security.
Bachelors degree or equivalent (minimum 130 credit hours post FA/HSSC/Grade-12 equivalent) with sixteen (16) years of education in Computer Science or Engineering or a closely related discipline with a CGPA of 2.5/4.0; and NTS GAT General Test with a minimum cumulative score of 50% or other such equivalent tests accepted as per HEC guidelines.