M.Sc. Program (Project Option)
A fully qualified student may complete a Master's project option by undertaking 21 credits of coursework, 6 credits of professionally oriented project research, and 3 credits of project report, presentation and defense. In addition, the student is required to give two non-credit CS seminar presentations.
M.Sc. project option requirements (30 credit hours)
In the project option students must successfully complete a minimum of seven courses and a research project undertaken in the field together with a project report, presentation and defense, coupled with two non-credit seminar presentations.
|Minimum 7 courses||21 credit hours|
|Project research (CS 902) or Thesis Research (CS 901)*||6 credit hours|
|Project report & presentation (CS 903)||3 credit hours|
|Two CS seminar presentations (CS 900)||0 credit hours|
|Total:||30 credit hours|
* It is recommended that students register in CS 902; however, CS 901 will be accepted for those students who have transferred to the M.Sc. project option from another M.Sc. option (such as thesis) in Computer Science.
That is, the project option requirements are as follows:
- Seven classes (3 credit hours each)
1. CS 800-level
2. CS 800-level
3. CS 800-level
4. CS 800-level
- Computer Science project (CS 902) or Thesis Research (CS 901) for 6 credit hours
- Computer Science project report (CS903) for 3 credit hours
- Two seminar presentations (CS 900) for 0 credit hours
* one of these may be a 400-level class (others are 800-level)