Dr. Rosemary Shumba
Chair, Department of Computer Science
The Computer Science department provides great opportunities, facilities and services to ensure academic success of our students.
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Historically Black Graduate Institutions (HBGI) Scholarship
The Historically Black Graduate Institutions (HBGI) Program at Bowie State University provides financial assistance, faculty mentoring, enrichment activities, and research experiences for students who meet the requirements of the activity. For more information on the HBGI scholarship, please email the HBGI Activity Director: Dr. Rose Shumba at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now accepting applications for Fall 2023.
The Graduate Assistantship Program (GAP) was established to assist students pursuing a Masters or Doctoral degree. Graduate Assistants (GA) may not be employed full-time and are required to work 20 hours a week during the academic year in their respective academic department. GA’s can serve as a Research Assistant, or teach fundamental courses as a Teaching Assistant. Graduate Assistants are not permitted to do clerical work. GA’s must attend a Graduate Assistantship Program meeting once a month as scheduled and be an active member of the Graduate Student Association (GSA). Benefits include Tuition Remission of nine credit hours per semester, and compensation for a maximum of 20hours a week at the rate of $10.00 per hour for Master Students, and $11.000 per hour for Doctoral Students. View the Graduate Assistantship application packet (pdf). For more information, email Miracle-Josette Creighton at email@example.com
Federal, State, & Institutional Financial Aid