Admission is suspended for this program. Applications are not accepted at this time.
Admission to the Program
In addition to meeting the minimum university requirements for graduate study, applicants must have adequate undergraduate preparation or experience in computer science. Students entering the program without the appropriate background will be expected to take certain undergraduate courses as a prerequisite. Applicants must submit scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) aptitude test.
30 credit hours of approved graduate work CSC-520, CSC-521, CSC-540, and all course work for comprehensive, and thesis or nonthesis requirements must be passed with grades of B or better
Comprehensive examination: satisfied by completion of CSC-694 Capstone Project or CSC-797 Master’s Thesis Seminar in Computer Science with grades of B or better
6 credit hours of thesis or nonthesis option Thesis option: CSC-797 Master’s Thesis Seminar in Computer Science with grades of B or better and an oral defense of the thesis Nonthesis option: 6 credit hours with grades of B or better from the following:
CSC-694 Capstone Project and 3 credit hours from the following:
CSC-636 Advanced Database Management
CSC-637 Database Administration
CSC-689 Topics in Computer Science
CSC-690 Independent Study in Computer Science
CSC-520 Algorithms and Data Structures (3) (or equivalent)
CSC-521 Design and Organization of Programming Languages (3) (or equivalent)
CSC-540 Computer System Organization and Programming (3) (or equivalent)