Welcome - Computer Science
The mission of the Computer Science department is to provide defense-relevant, advanced education and research programs to meet Naval unique needs, and increase the warfighting effectiveness of the U.S. Naval Forces, DoD and allied armed forces.
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Degree-Granting Programs include:
- MS in Computer Science & MOVES
- PhD in Computer Science & MOVES
- Doctorate in Computer Science
Glasgow Hall East, Building 305
1411 Cunningham Rd
Monterey, CA, 93943
Admin: 831.656.3389, DSN 756-
Program Office: 831.656.7980/7981, DSN 756-
A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN, DR. GURMINDER SINGH
Educating our Computer Science masters and doctoral students is the most important activity of the department. Our central focus is equipping our students to perform well as technical leaders in the world they will face after graduation. Complexity and change are dominant characteristics of that world. We develop technical leaders by teaching a principles-based curriculum, around which we build practices for managing complexity and innovation. We conduct an extensive research program that directly enhances national security by increasing the effectiveness of the armed forces of the United States and its allies. Read more.
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Naval Postgraduate School
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) provided post-baccalaureate education to military officers and other members of the United States defense and national security community. The mission of NPS is to provide high-quality, relevant and unique advanced education and research programs that increase the combat effectiveness of the Naval Services, other Armed Forces of the U.S. and our partners, to enhance our national security.
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Rear Adm. James Downey, MS in Computer Science '97, was nominated to the rank of vice admiral and to lead Naval Sea Systems Command. If confirmed, Downey will take command of NAVSEA from Vice Adm. Bill Galinas. Downey is currently the program executive officer for aircraft carriers. He was commissioned into the Navy in 1987 after graduating from the State University of New York. He’s a career surface warfare officer and prior to PEO carriers served as the Navy Regional Maintenance Center and the program manager for the Zumwalt guided-missile destroyer program.