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The Computer Science PhD at Cornell Tech is the same program as in the Cornell University CS department. Any CS field member can advise CS PhD students. The degree requirements in Ithaca and the Cornell Tech campus are the same.
Students interested in pursuing their research at the Cornell Tech campus are expected to spend their first year of graduate studies on the Ithaca Campus. During their first year, PhD students are strongly encouraged to complete their competency requirements in AI, PL, Systems and Theory as well as initiating research with faculty. Students who choose an advisor at Cornell Tech generally relocate to New York City. Students at Cornell Tech can engage with Ithaca faculty on their committees and are welcome to spend time in Ithaca as appropriate for their research.
Students should consider carefully their minor subject area as limited minor courses are available at Cornell Tech. Suggested minors are: Information Science, Applied Math, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Operations Research and Information Engineering.
Moving to Cornell Tech
- Must have advisor at Cornell Tech
- Approval from Cornell Tech Advisor to move to NYC
- Satisfactory progress on competency requirements
- Inform CS Graduate Office and Cornell Tech of your intention to move to the Tech campus. Suggested timeline is early spring semester. Please also include the date of your intended move.
- Once you have informed Cornell Tech of your arrival date, you will receive further technical details with regard to your move from Jackie Klein (access to the Tech Campus Building, computer, space, etc).
- Please be sure to remove all personal belongings from your graduate office on the Ithaca campus. A shared desk space is available to Tech students that visit the Ithaca campus. Access to the space will be granted to you.
- The computer that you were issued when you arrived to the Ithaca campus does not move with you to the Tech Campus. A new computer will be issued to you at the Tech campus.
- Please work with your advisor to discuss computer specs.