Graduate Courses

I - Summer Session I
E - Extended Summer Session I
II - Summer Session II
✓ - Course Offered
P - Planned

Graduate Courses
Course Course Title Spring 2016 Summer 2016 Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Fall 2017
CSE502 Computer Architecture        
CSE504 Compiler Design        
CSE506 Operating Systems      
CSE508 Network Security    
CSE509 Computer Systems Security        
CSE516 Science For Society I      
CSE517 Science For Society II          
CSE522 Special Project in Computer Science      
CSE523 Advanced Project in Computer Science I    
CSE524 Advanced Project in Computer Science II    
CSE526 Principles of Programming Languages      
CSE527 Introduction to Computer Vision          
CSE528 Computer Graphics          
CSE532 Theory of Database Systems        
CSE534 Fundamentals of Computer Networks        
CSE535 Asynchronous Systems        
CSE537 Artificial Intelligence        
CSE540 Theory of Computation          
CSE541 Logic in Computer Science        
CSE547 Discrete Mathematics        
CSE548 Analysis of Algorithms      
CSE549 Computational Biology        
CSE564 Visualization          
CSE577 Medical Imaging          
CSE590 Fundamentals of Data Science          
CSE591 GPU Programming          
CSE592 Software Engineering        
CSE593 Independent Study in Computer Science    
CSE594 Probability & Statistics for Data Scientists        
CSE595 Special Topics in Convergence Research      
CSE596 M.S. Internship in Research    
CSE599 M.S. Thesis Research    
Advanced Courses

The following are courses normally considered appropriate for the Ph.D. program although they can be elected by M.S. students with permission of the advisor. Many are biennial only.

CSE600 Topics in Modern Computer Science    
Seminars

These are offered irregularly in the Spring or Fall and normally cater to the needs of Ph.D. and research students. Seminars are 1-credit courses.

CSE644 Seminar in Databases        
CSE646 Seminar in Artificial Intelligence      
CSE649 Seminar in Operating Systems      
CSE654 Seminar in Visualization          
CSE656 Seminar In Computer Vision          
CSE657 Seminar in Design and Analysis        
CSE658 Seminar on Mobile and Wireless Networking    
CSE659 Seminar on Computer Security        
Ph.D. Teaching and Research Experience
CSE696 Ph.D. Internship in Research    
CSE698 Practicum in Teaching    
CSE699 Ph.D. Dissertation Research    
CSE700 Dissertation Research off Campus - Domestic students    
CSE800 Full Time Summer Research        
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