Computer Science courses are listed in the three different breadth bins below.
To earn a PhD, MS or MSCPS degree, you must earn a B or better (not a B-) in at least one 5000-level course (not 6000 or higher) from each of the three bins. By petition to the Graduate Committee, similar transferred graduate work done elsewhere may be used to satisfy part of this requirement. Below is a list of courses for each bin.
CSCI 5854 Theoretical Foundation of Cyber-Physical System
Professional Internship Credit
As of Fall 2021, graduate students in the Department of Computer science have the option of completing three credits of professional internship credit (CSCI 6930) and count these towards their degree requirement. More information on the Professional Internship credit. For Summer 2021, this course is available to students as INFO 5931 and we will be folloiwng all the requirements of CSCI 6930 and students may count this class towards their degree requirements.
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