Northcentral University

2488 Historic Decatur RD. 
San Diego CA 92106 

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Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science

From the Internet of Things and SaaS to AI and neural networks, computer science is behind emerging technologies that will lead us into tomorrow. A solid computer science education is crucial for those that want to play an important role in the tech revolution. The Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science program at Northcentral University takes an applied approach to computer science theory and research. During your time at NCU, you’ll do more than write research papers – you’ll be given the opportunity to propose your own research, complete hands-on replication studies and add to the computer science knowledge base. This helps you gain real-world experience and allows you to build a portfolio of work as you complete your doctoral studies. The curriculum is designed to expand your areas of expertise by exploring subjects such as software engineering, artificial intelligence, data mining and cybersecurity. You’ll also dive into the examination of real-world computational issues and the analysis of advanced computing problems.

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