We offer an excellent environment for research and education in computer science. Our faculty, students, location and resources are some of the reasons that make us an outstanding choice. Please read more about why you should study at Brown.
Graduate study at Brown falls into two main categories:
At the undergraduate level, the Computer Science Department has a tradition of student involvement in teaching and research; our undergraduate teaching assistants play a central role in early undergraduate instruction, and our undergraduates have many opportunities for involvement in the department, including research collaboration.
For Brown undergraduates there is the option for staying a fifth year in the department and obtain a Masters degree. Check the Fifth Year and Masters Information page.
For Current Students
- House Rules
- Graduate Students (faces)
- Graduate Student Volunteer Positions
- Graduate School's Web Page
- The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning
English Language Resources in CLS for International Students
CLS offers five non-credit courses in English as a Second Language, designed for international graduate students who are or will be teaching assistants. Other international graduate students may enroll as space allows.
EINT2100 Academic Discourse for Internationals
EINT2200 Academic Interactions
EINT2300 Negotiating an Academic Classroom
EINT2400 Speaking Professionally for Internationals
EINT2500 Advanced Articulation Tutorial
Other ESL programs at Brown and in the community: