I have a 6.8 CGPA am I eligible for universities in the USA for master's in Computer science for specially in california?

Asked by Aryan Sharma over 1 year ago

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Japjyot Singh

Japjyot Singh

Study Abroad Expert

The mission of CSULB's graduate programme in Computer Engineering and Computer Science is to provide a high-quality educational experience as well as the technical specialisation needed to become successful industry leaders. In addition, the programme prepares students to pursue advanced degrees if they so desire. The graduate programme includes advanced computer software and hardware analysis and design courses. As the program's capstone, students may choose to write a thesis or take a comprehensive examination. MS programme graduates will be able to:

possess technical expertise in their field of study
possess the technical knowledge and abilities required to conduct independent and/or innovative research
keep up to date on cutting-edge technologies and advancements in their field
Indian students who meet one of the following criteria are eligible to apply:

Completed a four-year UG degree in a relevant field with a first-class grade point average of 65% or higher from a recognised institution.
Students must have a bachelor's degree in computer science or engineering or sufficient background in computer science and engineering.
In addition to the minimum eligibility requirements, international students from non-English speaking countries must demonstrate English proficiency through IELTS/TOEFL/any equivalent test in order to be admitted to this programme. If you have any further questions just ask me.

 


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Nandini Chauhan

Nandini Chauhan

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Your CGPA of 6.8 is just one piece of the process. As a student like you, I recommend checking out California universities that appreciate a variety of skills. Take a look at:

University of Southern California (USC)
San Jose State University
California State University, Fullerton
California State University, Long Beach
Santa Clara University
These schools often care about more than just grades, like projects and internships. Make sure to share your hands-on experiences in your application to show a full picture of what you can do.


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Anjali Rawat

Anjali Rawat

Student of Presidium College

Getting through the admissions process with a CGPA of 6.8 might feel tough, but it's not a stop sign. As someone who's been through it, I suggest concentrating on different parts of your application. Look into universities that care about more than just grades and like well-rounded profiles:

1. University of Southern California (USC)
2. San Jose State University
3. California State University, Fullerton
4. California State University, Long Beach
5. Santa Clara University
These schools often value work experience, projects, and a strong statement of purpose. Highlight your skills and love for computer science to make yourself stand out and be noticed.

I would also advise you to write your GMAT and GRE exams to get a good score.

 


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