School of Computer Science TWinter/Spring 2003-2004 Graduate by DePaul University

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School of Computer Science Telecommunications & Information Systems Graduate Studies

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commencement financial policies and procedures tuition and fees payment policies financial assistance alternative financing depupp program calendar graduate academic calendar statement of vincentian character campus locations locations t he school of computer science telecommunications and information systems cti offers courses at our loop and lincoln park campuses as well as at convenient suburban locations lincoln park campus 2320 north kenmore avenue chicago illinois 60614 loop campus 243 south wabash chicago illinois 60604 312-362-8381 full program of course offerings barat campus 700 east westleigh drive lake forest illinois 60045 selected course offerings lake forest campus 150 field drive lake forest illinois 60045 selected course offerings naperville campus 150 west warrenville road naperville illinois 60566 selected course offerings o’hare campus 3166 river road des plaines illinois 60018 selected course offerings rolling meadows campus 2550 west golf road meadows

james riely ph.d assistant professor university of north carolina at chapel hill john rogers ph.d associate professor university of chicago lorilee sadler m.s assistant professor indiana university marcus schaefer ph.d assistant professor university of chicago eric schwabe ph.d associate professor massachusetts institute of technology eric sedgwick ph.d assistant professor university of texas raffaella settimi ph.d assistant professor university of perugia amber settle ph.d associate professor university of chicago paul sisul m.div instructor deandreis institute of theology adam steele ph.d assistant professor concordia university theresa steinbach m.b.a m.s instructor depaul university harold streeter m.s instructor brown university

philosophy in computer science c t he ph.d program in computer science offers an opportunity for exceptional students to pursue substantial research in the computer sciences and related areas the program is highly selective and is purposefully kept small so that each ph.d student can receive substantial advising and mentoring from cti faculty to earn a ph.d degree a student must demonstrate breadth of knowledge in at least three research areas and significant depth in a chosen dissertation area in addition the student must conceive write and defend a ph.d dissertation representing a significant and original contribution to current academic research as demonstrated by a public dissertation defense and publication in established peer-reviewed academic conferences and/or journals in keeping with the cti philosophy of blending academic and professional pursuits full-time employed students will be considered for admission as part-time doctoral students however these applicants must have

arts in information technology c t his broad program is intended for those in sales management marketing and other professions who need to interact closely with it specialists and technicians without being an it specialist or technician the program also is suited for managers of it staff for example a large telecommunications company may have a non-technical sales manager for a technical sales force whose customers are also technically oriented the goal of the ma in information technology program is to prepare someone like the non-technical sales manager to interact effectively with the technical sales force and the technical customers students who complete the program will acquire an understanding of and experience with • the concepts tools and practices of information technology management • the analysis phase of the software development life cycle • the tools for automating information technology management and software development management • the

waived if a student has the equivalent academic background alternatively students with practical experience may complete a graduate assessment examination gae to show competency in a prerequisite all students are blocked from enrolling in core knowledge phase courses prior to completing their prerequisites the student must submit an online change of status request when the prerequisite phase is completed to inform the student services offices that the block can be removed the online request must be submitted two weeks before the student intends to register for graduate level classes the student will then be considered a fully admitted student and may pass to the graduate phase of the program students may submit the change of status request by logging in to mycti core knowledge phase fully admitted students in the core knowledge phase may register for a maximum of four advanced phase courses the core knowledge phase courses for the ms in computer science are csc 447 concepts of

comdistributed distributed systems c t he distributed systems degree is a synthesis of the traditional disciplines of computer science software engineering and telecommunications with modern technologies that incorporate the use of distributed platforms in their application the core phase includes software development in languages such as java the study of frameworks such as j2ee .net and corba and the use of traditional network routing and protocols in the advanced phase students study network and concurrent programming databases distributed algorithms and distributed software using these to develop sophisticated applications graduates of this program will be prepared to lead innovation in the new wave of intranet internet and web-based applications the program follows a three-phase sequence with each phase preparing the student for the subsequent phase the master’s degree program consists of • prerequisite phase core phase • • advanced phase upon acceptance

mhuman computer interaction c t he human-computer interaction hci master’s degree program focuses on the rapidly growing discipline called human-computer interaction hci practitioners are involved in the design implementation and evaluation of computer interfaces that are accessible and easy for people to use this degree integrates courses in computer science graphic design psychology and human-computer interaction to provide a broad understanding of the discipline the program has five phases with each phase preparing the student for the subsequent phase the master’s degree program consists of • prerequisite courses • fundamentals courses • core courses • advanced phase courses capstone course • upon acceptance into the master’s degree program the student will meet with a faculty advisor to discuss prerequisite courses the prerequisite courses are intended to ensure that all students enter graduate courses with an equivalent

cinstructional technology systems c t his ms in instructional technology systems program is intended for graduate students who plan to work with instructional technology systems in two possible capacities students in the software design in instructional technology track emerge as accomplished software engineers and programmers they will be prepared for jobs in software design and construction at universities and at coding shops that specialize in educational software students in the systems integration in instructional technology track emerge as accomplished systems planners systems analysts and systems managers they will be prepared for jobs in instructional software systems management or as business/systems analysts at coding shops that specialize in educational software the ms in instructional technology systems will equip the student with the core theories and skills to advance to be the cio or cto of an instruction delivery organization a primary focus of the degree is to develop

csoftware engineering c s oftware engineering is a discipline concerned with the practical problems of developing large-scale software systems software engineers are the architects of the software component of a computer-based system providing several levels of representations or blueprints leading to specifications through which programmers build the subsystems and modules of the system software development methodologies and management techniques combine with theories from mathematics and computer science in a cost-effective manner to solve real-world system development problems this degree provides students with the theoretical foundations of software engineering experience in team projects involving software development and management hands-on experience with state-of-the-art tools an understanding of advanced software development and management techniques and exposure to the most recent developments and emerging technologies in se all students complete any necessary prerequisite

full-time students must complete the first year of the jd with a law gpa of no less than 3.00 during that first year they may apply for admission at cti they may apply for admission to the joint degree program when spring semester law school grades are validated normally at the end of june or early july part-time law students must complete three semesters of the jd program with a 3.00 gpa in law before they apply for admission to the joint degree program students accepted into the joint jd/ma program must meet the cti prerequisite phase course requirements for the ma degree either through their undergraduate coursework or by adding a prerequisite phase to their joint degree program students who need to take prerequisite courses during their pursuit of the joint degree may require more than four years from admission to law school to complete the joint degree sample four-year course plan the student must complete the regular first year jd program before being admitted to the joint