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Students may be admitted directly to the Ph. Prior to applying for admission, students are encouraged to visit the department's website and ensure that their research interests match with that of a faculty member.
Those entering the Ph. Requirements A candidate for the doctoral degree in computer science must meet all of the following requirements in addition to the university requirements outlined under the Academic Information section in this Catalog: Pass the candidacy examination.
Attend at least 10 colloquia as detailed below. Successfully defend the dissertation. The above must be completed within eight years after admission to the Ph.
Note that students with a degree in a discipline outside of computer science will be required to take prerequisite undergraduate courses that will not be counted towards the 78 credit hours requirement.
Advisor Upon admission to the Ph. The student, however, is expected to find a dissertation advisor by the time he or she completes the qualifying process.
Course Requirements Students with a master's degree in computer science or related field must complete at least 48 credit hours of coursework as specified below: A minimum of 24 credit hours of post-master's coursework at level. This includes the advanced-level course requirement of 12 Phd thesis catalog hours of regular level courses with three different faculty members.
A maximum of six hours may be transferred into the Ph. A minimum of 42 credit hours of coursework at level or above, of which at least 30 credit hours must be at level.
At least one week before the scheduled examination time and preferably two weeks beforethe student must provide the examination committee with a dissertation research proposal. The proposal should contain the following items not necessarily in this order: During the examination, the student will give a minute presentation of the dissertation proposal to be followed by questions from the committee.
The exam is expected to last no more than 2 hours. The presentation of the dissertation proposal is open to the public and will be publicized by the GPD at least one week in advance of the exam. Once the presentation has concluded and the audience has asked general questions, the audience will be excused.
The examination by the committee will be held in private, but graduate faculty members are welcome to observe the exam. Dissertation Committee After the candidacy exam has been passed and dissertation topic approved, the Dissertation Committee is formed to supervise the dissertation research.
A Dissertation Committee is formed according to the following procedure: The faculty advisor selects the members of the Dissertation Committee in cooperation with the student and the Graduate Studies Committee.
All committee members must be certified for graduate instruction. The current research interests of the computer science members of the committee should be related to the research goals of the student. Additional members may be appointed to the committee.
Adjuncts approved for graduate instruction and non-university members may be added with approval of the GPD. The committee must complete a Ph. Dissertation A minimum of 24 credit hours of dissertation work is required.
The work must represent an achievement in research and must be a significant contribution in the field. Students are required to publish or have in the revision process at least one paper in a refereed journal or refereed conference proceedings based on their dissertation work.
Dissertation Defense The examination will be oral and the examination committee must have the completed dissertation at least two weeks before the examination date.
In addition to the examination, students are required to give a public oral presentation on their dissertation results. A full-time student can be expected to satisfy all the Ph. No student full-time or part-time will be allowed to study for the Ph.
Qualifying Process Students who have been admitted to study toward the doctoral degree in computer science must complete the qualifying process which may take up to 18 months after a student has been admitted in the Ph. These four courses should be taught by at least three different faculty members.
Regular level courses do not include CS seminars or CS topics courses.Student Forms Submission. After all parties sign the completed form, it should be submitted to the recipient indicated on the form. Note: The Office of Academic Affairs and Student Services will obtain the signature of the Director of Academic Affairs or signature lines labeled "School Official" or "School Designee".
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