The following is a sample schedule for this degree – your actual schedule may vary.
Project Option, 30 hours total: Includes 3 to 6 credit hours of CSC 798 Research in Computer Science.
A written comprehensive exam is required for students who do not complete a thesis. There are no credit hours associated with the exam.
The examination is taken after most of the course work has been completed, and is written and evaluated by the graduate faculty in Computer Science. The examination may include comprehensive questions in Computer Science and questions specific to the area of study chosen by the student.
Note: The sample degree plan below assumes a background equivalent to a computer science degree from an accredited university. Students who lack background in core areas of computer science may be required to take undergraduate courses before starting graduate study and may be required to take selected graduate courses as part of their degree plans.
The following degree plan is based on the graduate catalog.
First semester (fall)
|CSC 701 Seminar I||1|
|CSC 665 Computer Networks||3|
|CSC 655 Software Quality Assurance and Project Management||3|
|CSC 742 Evolutionary Computing||3|
Second semester (spring)
|CSC 702 Seminar II||2|
|CSC 746 Human Computer Interaction||3|
|CSC 747 Multimedia Communications||3|
|CSC 765 Ubiquitous Computing and Internet of Things||3|