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Nine of our faculty have received NSF Young Investigator awards, and one faculty member was the recipient (out of only 20 nationwide) of a five-year Packard Fellowship. Currently our faculty and students are supported by over $5 million annually in research grants, primarily from federal agencies. These grants have produced excellent computing facilities for research and graduate education.
Our involvement with the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aerospace Engineering Sciences, Linguistics, and Psychology, the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities, the Institute of Cognitive Science, the Center for Life Long Learning and Design, the Center for Spoken Language Research, the BP Center for Visualization, the Computer and Communications Security Research and Education Center, the College of Architecture and Planning, and the University of Colorado Denver provides a wide breadth of learning and research opportunities.
For a list of courses available each semester as well as through the Course Library, refer to the Courses menu.
Admission is competitive. The minimum admission requirements are a bachelor's degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited institution comparable to the University of Colorado at Boulder, a grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0, and GRE and TOEFL scores.
Student whose undergraduate GPA is below 3.0 yet above 2.75 or those applicants lacking certain admission requirements can be accepted only as provisional degree students.
Refer to the admissions page.
Contact the academic department directly for further information about the degree program.