Doctor of Philosophy in Integrated Computing

A doctorate in Integrated Computing can open doors for careers in higher education or IQ research and development. This degree is designed to promote strong multidisciplinary collaborations across several computing disciplines whose bodies of knowledge influence and intertwine with each other. The following emphasis areas are offered:

  • Net Integrated Computing
  • Computer Science
  • Information Science
  • Information Quality

UALR offers a convenient way to get your Ph.D. in Integrated Computing through evening classes or via online webcast.

Current median salary* $90,000 to $110,000

*Median salary reflects mid-career earnings based on national data.

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Ph.D. in Integrated Computing
Total credit requirements 75 hours

Degree Requirements (75 hours)

A minimum of 33 credit hours of course-work is required from 5000- and 7000-level courses toward this requirement. This 33 credit hours of coursework must include six credit hours of General Core classes, 12 credit hours of Primary Track courses, a minimum of 12 credit of electives, and three credit hours of seminar courses.

Plan of study must be developed in conjunction with doctoral advisor.

Minimum of 42 credit hours of doctoral research/dissertation work is required.