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Applicants who do not satisfy these requirements may take undergraduate level courses to remove any deficiencies except for Data Structures. The applicant must satisfy the requirement for Data Structures to be admitted.
Before the program director is allowed to review your application, the Graduate school must verify your TOEFL score. The acceptable TOEFL score is set by the University as:
Applicants not meeting the TOEFL/IELTS requirement are not forwarded to the department for consideration.
A student is more likely to be admitted by the department if
*Undergraduate courses in computer networks and database management systems are required. Students admitted without these courses can take them at Northwest upon arrival for graduate study. However, students must have successfully completed a course in data structures prior to being admitted to the program.
Applicants who do not meet these requirements may be admitted provisionally.
The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Information Systems reserves the right of final decision in accepting students to graduate degree candidacy in the department. Criteria for admittance to the program and acceptance to degree candidacy may include academic qualifications and performance, letters of recommendation, number of applicants, and available resources.