NOTE: Students entering the program before Fall 2003 can either use the old degree program or the new degree program specified below. All other students must use the new degree program.
A total of 30 graduate credits (400 or above) is required for the degree Master of Science in Computer Science. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 must be earned for course work approved by the program taken as a graduate student.
Projected Schedule of Courses
|COMP 505||Theory of Computation|
|COMP 511||Design and Analysis of Algorithms|
|COMP 512||Advanced Operating Systems|
|COMP 519||Advanced Topics in Database Management Systems|
Additionally, students are required to complete either a thesis or a paper according to one of the two options described below. Students who believe that they have completed a course substantially similar to one of the specific course requirements may apply to have their previous work evaluated for the purpose of exemption to that requirement. If the exemption is granted, another approved course shall be taken in place of that required course. The remaining 18 credits must be completed according to one of the following options:
Students who plan to apply one of these courses toward the M.S. degree must obtain pre-approval from the Computer Science graduate program coordinator.
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