Advising Help for Graduate Students
Advising FAQ for CS majors
The information contained herein can not be taken to be the last word
on these subjects. The information is being provided as a service to
help you in your course of studies. Be sure to check with your
advisor frequently for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
Also, if you find anything on this page that you feel is wrong or
misleading, please do not hesitate to
Dean's office Records Person
If you need to make sure you have credit for transfer credits, or AP,
contact Ms. Jessica Shuler (office Stocker 121).
Now get your DARS on-line
Get your DARS
All the documents available from the main EECS office have web
versions. Take a look at the documents page
of our school's web site for a list of the documents available.
Take the main programming series as soon as possible (CS2400, CS2401). Also
be sure to take CS3610 soon, as this is also a prerequisite for almost
all the 4000 level courses.
A good source of information is your DARS report, but be sure to read
it carefully. Ask your advisor for help if there is something you
don't fully understand.
If you have any questions about the scheduling of classes, ALWAYS use
the on-line schedule available at Course Offerings.
If you click on a particular class, you can also obtain a quick
description of the course.
Tier III Courses
CS4560 counts as a Tier III course.
The CO-OP program.
program is a five-year program that combines classroom learning with
paid, career-related work experience. Participating students
alternate periods of on-campus study with roughly equal periods of
worksite experience according to established schedules. Students gain
experience that will give them a competitive edge upon graduation
while earning money and academic credit.
Co-op is an optional program available to all CS students
enrolled in the Russ College of
Engineering & Technology. For more information please visit the
College's CO-OP program home
Students must take a year long sequence of either physics or chemistry.
In addition to this, students must take one additional natural science
course required for students in that discipline. A list of approved
courses is available in the computer science office, or via your DARS.
PHIL 120: Even though it is philosophy, it is classified as a math
course and does not help in fulfilling the Humanities distribution
requirement. Students can take this course as a free elective.
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Last modified: Thu Mar 1 11:27:36 EST 2012