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Undergraduate Program

Learn everything you need to know about our undergraduate program below.

Graduate Program

We offer both a Masters and a PhD program in computer science. These research driven programs are perfect to accelerate your career & research.

Research Areas

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Research includes applied machine learning, neural networks and learning algorithms, robotics, data mining, natural language processing, multi-agent learning, and computational creativity.
Data and Text Analytics
Research includes information retrieval, database applications, data engineering, data mining, data extraction, and natural language processing.
Graphics, Animation and Computer Vision
Research includes animation, advanced 3D graphics, computer vision, image processing, computer-aided design, isogeometric analysis, hyperdimensional graphics, and family history technology.
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COVID-19 Update

If you need help from the CS Department Office please contact us by email: csoffice@cs.byu.edu , as we are now working from home during our office hours.

Updated April 1, 2020

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Research Areas

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Research includes applied machine learning, neural networks and learning algorithms, robotics, data mining, natural language processing, multi-agent learning, and computational creativity.
Data and Text Analytics
Research includes information retrieval, database applications, data engineering, data mining, data extraction, and natural language processing.
Graphics, Animation and Computer Vision
Research includes animation, advanced 3D graphics, computer vision, image processing, computer-aided design, isogeometric analysis, hyperdimensional graphics, and family history technology.
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