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2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Science, MS


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NON-THESIS MODEL (Breadth Option):
12 - 18 hours of required computer science core coursework
12 hours of electives/internship/coop/study-abroad
6 hours of Advanced Topics

THESIS MODEL (Depth Option):
12 - 18 hours of required computer science core coursework
6 hours of electives/Internship/coop/study-abroad
3 hours of Advanced Topics
9 hours of Thesis minimum

INTERDISCIPLINARY CS MODEL:
12 - 18 hours of required computer science core coursework
9 hours of interdisciplinary graduate coursework from one of the following areas:

  • Applied Statistics
  • Information Systems

6 hours of electives/internship/coop/study-abroad
3 hours of Advanced Topics
 

Required Common Core (12-18 Credit Hours)


Students must satisfy the requirements of topic coverage in each of the following 6000-level core course areas, as approved by the program director.  

Advanced Topics (Research & Project Courses)


Advanced Topics courses are seminar/research/project courses led by a faculty member. Content will include individual and group project work, readings, internet work, self-study, seminar participation, presentations, hybrid teaching, and online content. MS-CS students are required to attend and present in the department colloquium/seminar as part of their work in advanced topics courses. With permission of the program director, each course may be taken twice.

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