Admissions for the Computer Science and Information Systems PhD program are competitive with a few slots available for spring and fall entrance.
- Priority: March 1
- Final: April 15
The entire application process is outlined in the domestic PhD application packet and the international PhD application packet.
GMAT and GRE test scores can be waived for applicants with a medical, law, or research doctoral degree. A waiver may also be granted for applicants with a published paper in a reputable information systems journal.
Every full-time student admitted to the PhD program receives full financial support in the form of scholarships and teaching assistantships. Students also receive need-based travel support by request.
Updated tuition rates and financial aid information can be found through the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
“It was my privilege to be a doctoral student in the CU Denver CSIS PhD program, filled with dedicated and knowledgeable faculty and staff. It is amazing how much my education and practical training in this program have been serving me in my endeavor as a researcher and an educator at one of the most prestigious medical programs in the United States.” – Toan Ong (’14), Assistant Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine