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Admission into Nova Southeastern University’s Graduate School ofComputer and Information Sciences is competitive; consequently, applicants who meet the minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission into a master’s degree or graduate certificate program. The graduate school qualitatively and quantitatively evaluates applicants and makes selections based on performance, personal qualifications, and evidence of potential for success. We strive to identify future students with tremendous professional outlook. Our graduate school application process takes into consideration both your professional and academic accomplishments. Admission decisions into NSU’s graduate degree programs are made on a rolling basis.

If you have already submitted an application, please contact the Office of Admissions first before submitting another one. Otherwise, you will be charged and responsible for an additional $50 application fee.  

To start your online application, click the “Apply online Now” button. First time users will need to create an account. Please remember your Login ID and PIN as they will be required should you need to complete your application in more than one session. Additionally, they can be used to return to this site to view a summary of your graduate school application and a checklist of items needed to complete your application.



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Summer 2014
Term Dates: May 12, 2014 – August 17, 2014

Fall 2014
Term Dates: August 25, 2014 – December 14, 2014


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School Overview


Since the introduction of the graduate computer science program in 1975, the school has been a pioneer in computing research and education. The school began offering online programs in 1983 and created the first electronic classroom in 1985. In 1989 the Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences (GSCIS) was formed.

Today, NSU is a not-for-profit, independent university that is classified as a research university with “high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and is one of only 37 universities nationwide to also be awarded Carnegie’s Community Engagement Classification.