I am an electrical engineering graduate and looking for a master's in computer science abroad. Is Kent State University a good choice for me?

Asked by Rohit Rai 8 months ago

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MentR-Me Team

Yes, the computer science programme at Kent State is good. They have faculty members with ongoing research projects supported by the National Science Foundation and other organisations if you are interested in a career in academia or research in computer science. 

In addition, data mining techniques are being used by different university faculty members (Geology comes to mind) and are being applied to other research projects. These topics have been covered in the news this year and years before.

The computer science programme at Kent State University is respectable. However, according to US News and World Report, the country is ranked 146th for CS education. 

You must submit a strong application to be considered for admission. Undergraduate cumulative GPA, GRE scores, IELTS/TOEFL scores, letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose, extracurricular activities, etc., are a few of its components.

Regarding options available on campus, KSU features a multidisciplinary Digital Sciences programme and an entrepreneurship launch pad if you are more interested in a commercial or entrepreneurial approach. In addition, you should check out the website, if you can visit the campus, and possibly try to get in touch with a CS professor whose research or academic interests align with your professional aspirations.


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