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Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Graduate Pre-admission Evaluation

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Wright State University offers a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering, an M.S. degree in Computer Science, and an M.S. degree in Computer Engineering. Students with a bachelor's degree or a master's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related field may seek admission to the program. To see whether you satisfy the necessary admissions criteria, please provide the following information and a member of our graduate program staff will contact you regarding your eligibility and formal application procedures. Successful preliminary review would mean you satisfy necessary criteria, and your application will be encouraged. Final decision will be based upon the committee review of the full application.

There is no fee for this admission evaluation.

I. Personal Information

M.S. in Computer Science M.S. in Computer Engineering M.S. in Cyber Security Ph.D. in Computer Science

II. Degree Information

5. Highest degree obtained: bachelor's degree master's degree Ph.D.

III. Academic Performance

10. GRE general test scores (see notes for applicability)

Type of exam: Online Standard


15. Provide grades for courses completed in the following list.

IV. Research and Experience

16. Have you completed a thesis or dissertation as part of a graduation requirement? Yes No

17. Have you authored or co-authored technical publications? Yes No

V. Documentation (Optional) Upload supporting documentation that you feel will be important to assess your suitability for graduate school.

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GRE: The Graduate Records Exam (GRE) is required for admission to graduate study. The exam will be waived for students entering a Master's program with a degree from the Wright State University College of Engineering and Computer Science with a 3.3 grade point average or above and for students entering the Ph.D. program with a degree from the Wright State University Department of Computer Science and Engineering with a grade point average of 3.6 or above.

The GRE may be waived for students who have research records as documented by authorship of journal or refereed conference publications.

GPA: The grading system and scale used in determining a Grade Point Average (GPA) differs by institution. Please list the scale used in your degree program. The 0-4 GPA scale is common for institutions using letter grades with A=4, B=3, ... . For institutions using numeric grades, please give the score and the range. For example, score is 75 on a scale of [0,100].

Experience: In Section IV, you may enter research accomplishments and other pertinent qualifications, such as training or work experience in the areas of computer science or computer engineering. Please list and describe them.

You may optionally upload supporting documents, such as transcripts, publications, or other evidence of proficiency and skill in computer science and engineering.

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