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Course Schedules

Required graduate courses are offered once each year in the Fall or Spring semester. Elective courses are typically offered once every two years. Other courses, such as Master's Thesis, Master's Project, and Independent Research and Study, are offered each semester. Registration in any thesis, project, or research course requires consent of the instructor prior to registration. Information about room assignment is available through the online university
secureASSIST system.

The current academic year's schedule of class offering is given below, followed by tentative schedules for upcoming semesters.

Academic Year 2012-2013

Fall 2012

  • CSCI 6174: Open Problems in Computer Science
  • CSCI 6175: Seminar in Computer Science
  • CSCI 6302: Foundations of Software for IT
  • CSCI 6303: Principles of Information Technology
  • CSCI 6314: E-Commerce
  • CSCI 6316: Design for IT
  • CSCI 6339: Theoretical Foundations of Computation
  • CSCI 6350: Artificial Intelligence
  • CSCI 6365: Network Management and Security
  • CSCI 6381: Independent Research and Study, all faculty
  • CSCI 6390: Master's Project, all faculty
  • CSCI 7300: Master's Thesis, all faculty

Spring 2013

  • CSCI 6175: Seminar in Computer Science
  • CSCI 6305: Foundations of Algorithms
  • CSCI 6315/33: Databases
  • CSCI 6318: Cyber Security and Forensics
  • CSCI 6323: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
  • CSCI 6335: Advanced Computer Architecture
  • CSCI 6345: Advanced Computer Networks
  • CSCI 6360: Computer Graphics
  • CSCI 6366: Data Mining
  • CSCI 6381: Independent Research and Study, all faculty
  • CSCI 6390: Master's Project, all faculty
  • CSCI 7300: Master's Thesis, all faculty

Summer I and II 2013 

  • CSCI 6381: Independent Research and Study, all faculty
  • CSCI 6390: Master's Project, all faculty
  • CSCI 7300: Master's Thesis, all faculty

 

Academic Year 2013-2014 (tentative)

Fall 2013 (tentative)

  • CSCI 6174: Open Problems in Computer Science
  • CSCI 6175: Seminar in Computer Science
  • CSCI 6302: Foundations of Software
  • CSCI 6303: Principles of Information Technology
  • CSCI 6307: Foundations of System
  • CSCI 6314: E-Commerce Systems and Implementation
  • CSCI 6339: Theoretical Computer Science
  • CSCI 6334: Operating Systems
  • CSCI 6355: Bioinformatics
  • CSCI 6363: Human Computer Interaction
  • CSCI 6381: Independent Research and Study, all faculty
  • CSCI 6390: Master's Project, all faculty
  • CSCI 7300: Master's Thesis, all faculty

Spring 2014 (tentative)

  • CSCI 6175: Seminar in Computer Science
  • CSCI 6305: Foundations of Algorithms
  • CSCI 6312: Advanced Internet Programming
  • CSCI 6318: Cyber Security and Forensics
  • CSCI 6323: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
  • CSCI 6315/6333: Databases
  • CSCI 6335: Advanced Computer Architecture
  • CSCI 6340: Software Engineering
  • CSCI 6345: Advanced Computer Networks
  • CSCI 6361: Computer Visualization
  • CSCI 6381: Independent Research and Study, all faculty
  • CSCI 6390: Master's Project, all faculty
  • CSCI 7300: Master's Thesis, all faculty

Summer I and II 2014 (tentative)

  • CSCI 6381: Independent Research and Study, all faculty
  • CSCI 6390: Master's Project, all faculty
  • CSCI 7300: Master's Thesis, all faculty

 

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