School of Computer Science Graduate-Course Winter/Spring 2006-2007 by DePaul University

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School of Computer Science, Telecommunications and Information Systems

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elective phase master s in telecommunications systems about grade and gpa requirements prerequisite phase foundation phase advanced phase elective course restrictions juris doctorate and master of arts about admission procedures and requirements sample law school/cti four-year course plan juris doctorate and master of science about administration procedures and requirements sample law school/cti four-year course plan advanced software development professional about graduate assistantships graduate assistantships the vincentian character of depaul university the vincentian character of depaul university 69 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 74 75 76 76 77 78 79 79 81 81 82

school of computer science telecommunications and information systems grad general information purposes purposes the school of computer science telecommunications and information systems cti offers graduate level professional education in these areas artificial intelligence collaborative technologies computer science computer graphics computer vision data analysis database data communications data warehousing distributed systems e-commerce technology human-computer interaction information systems management information systems networking project management software engineering systems foundation systems development telecommunication systems and visual computing students choose from a broad collection of courses to develop in depth the research habits and practical skills needed for research and professional practice the school​s programs are designed to provide its graduates with the technical competence and the flexibility necessary to respond to both present and future

gre and toefl scores must be official copies sent directly by ets photocopies cannot be accepted the institution code for the gre and toefl is 1165 the department code for the gre is 0402 the department code for the toefl is 78 students without a master​s degree in computer science or an allied field may be considered for conditional admission to the doctoral program these students must have an exceptional undergraduate record a conditionally admitted student will be required to complete a doctoral prerequisite phase consisting of a set of courses determined to be appropriate for the student by the ph.d committee these courses will include the core courses from the master​s of science in computer science program upon completion of the prerequisite phase the ph.d committee will conduct an evaluation of the student s progress assuming such progress is satisfactory the student will then be formally admitted into the doctoral program note it is not the policy of the school

ˇ an individualized area of specialization in either applied information systems or applied telecommunications systems offered through cti the area of specialization combines cti coursework with on-the-job application of this coursework ˇ a series of liberal learning seminars offered through snl which are designed to develop the skills of communication interpersonal facility problem-solving analytical and systems thinking ethical decision-making and self-managed learning and ˇ a culminating project which is designed to integrate the technical and liberal learning components of the program through the design and/or implementation of a major professional project in the workplace this degree is administered by the school for new learning please see their catalog entry for current requirements this program is intended for to prepare professionals in the broad field of information technology in particular the program prepares graduates interact professionally with technologists

graphics systems development including game engines and plug-ins the degree program offers two concentrations a technical director concentration and a developer concentration while both concentrations have a balance of technical and aesthetic the technical director will have a greater emphasis on the aesthetic while the developer concentration will focus on the technical after graduation technical directors will be ready for jobs assisting creative directors in such activities as creating virtual sets adjusting lighting and rigging characters for animation developers will learn technologies for graphics systems development including game engines and plug-ins the m.s in computer graphics program consists of 13 courses with six or seven prerequisite courses students choosing the technical director concentration take six courses while students taking the developer concentration take seven courses grade and gpa requirements prerequisite phase fundamental phase core phase school of

core knowledge phase advanced phase masters research option school of computer science telecommunications and information systems grad doctorates and masters master of science in computer science grade and gpa requirements grade and gpa requirements grades students must receive a grade of b or better in each prerequisite course and a c or better in all other courses gpa students must maintain a graduate level gpa of 2.50 or higher while pursuing their degree students will not be approved for graduation with less than a 2.50 gpa students with a gpa of 3.90 or higher will graduate with distinction school of computer science telecommunications and information systems grad doctorates and masters master of science in computer science prerequisite phase prerequisite phase the courses in the prerequisite phase for the ms in computer science are csc 202 mathematics for computer science csc 211 programming in java i csc 212 programming in java ii or csc 224 java for programmers or csc 396

mn3 it planning and global strategies mn4 legal social issues mn5 it regulatory compliance internet oriented [in in1 internet application development in2 wireless/mobile applications design/development oriented [dd dd1 application development dd2 software engineering dd3 e-business systems dd4 hci methods dd5 enterprise systems integration data oriented [do do1 database design i do2 database design ii do3 data mining analytics do4 knowledge management infrastructure oriented [if if1 network design if2 information assurance security design if3 it architecture design it management oriented [mn mn1 it project management i is 483 information services and operations is 512 groupware and virtual collaboration is 535 it investment financial analysis is 556 enterprise project management is 560 enterprise systems is 570 enterprise system implementation se 433 software testing se 468 software measurement/project estimation se 477 software and systems project management acc 500 financial

design this program does not presuppose any dominant technologies or programming languages rather students will be exposed to a broad mix of technologies programming languages and tools ˇ the program is designed to adapt to rapid changes in both technology and industry norms ˇ the program is designed around industry needs and based upon a long-term partnership with instructional technology leaders ˇ the program is designed to provide maximum opportunities for practicum and team projects the program has five phases with each phase preparing the student for the subsequent phase the masters degree program consists of prerequisite courses fundamentals courses advanced phase courses elective courses capstone course grade and gpa requirements prerequisite phase foundation phase advanced phase school of computer science telecommunications and information systems grad doctorates and masters master​s degree program in information systems is grade and gpa requirements grade

elective phase software engineering studio or capstone one of the following options professional option research option gaming and entertainment technologies has a capstone instead of a studio software development and project management students only software architecture students may pursue a research option if they select these courses as electives foundation phase ​ all concentrations se 425 principles and practices of software engineering se 430 object oriented modeling se 450 object-oriented software development additional courses required in gaming and entertainment technologies offered fall se 456 architecture of computer games hci 440 usability engineering gph 425 survey of computer graphics advanced phase software development concentration required se 431 formal software specification and development i two of the following se 473 security architecture i se 480 software architecture se 435 foundations of distributed systems i se 552 concurrent software development

transfer students or students who have enrolled in cti before applying to the college of law should consult with the joint degree program advisors to determine how their special circumstances may affect their qualifications for the joint degree further information about admission requirements and procedures may be found in the general description of admission requirements for joint degrees found on the college of law website under academic programs financial considerations joint degree students will pay on a per-credit-hour basis in both the college of law and cti because the joint degree program permits double-counting of coursework the total cost for the two degrees will be significantly lower under the joint degree program admission to the joint degree program will ordinarily not affect college of law scholarship awards however students should consult with dean white about their specific scholarships financial aid recipients must consult with clare timm at the financial aid office

the vincentian character of depaul university school of computer science telecommunications and information systems grad the vincentian character of depaul university the vincentian character of depaul university depaul a catholic university takes its name from st vincent depaul the religious community founded by vincent commonly known as ​v incentians​ opened the university and endowed it with a distinctive spirit to foster in higher education a deep respect for the god-given dignity of all persons especially the materially culturally and spiritually deprived to instill in educated persons a dedication to the service of others in each succeeding generation the women and men of depaul have pursued learning in this spirit of vincent