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Areas of Study

Applied Physics and Computer Science, MS

Five-Year Program of Study

Concentrations

Core (9 credits)

  • CPSC 501 - Software System Design and Implementation
  • CPSC 502 - Communications I (Computer Networks)
  • CPSC 510 - Artificial Intelligence I

Concentration (12 credits)

Select any four CPSC or PCSE courses from the M.S. in Applied Physics and Computer Science program (at least one must be 600 level). The courses chosen must be approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator.

NOTE: If PCSE 579 is successfully completed three times, it is treated as if the student completed a three-credit course and will be applied as such to the graduation requirements.

Thesis (9 credits)

  • PCSE 699 - Thesis Research

Core (9 credits)

  • PHYS 521 Computer Architecture
  • CPSC 501 Software System Design and Implementation
  • CPSC 502 Communications I (Computer Networks)

Concentration (12 credits)

Select four courses from the M.S. in Applied Physics and Computer Science program (at least one must be 600-level). The courses must refl ect the hardware and software nature of this concentration. The courses chosen must be approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator.

NOTE: If PCSE 579 is successfully completed three times, it is treated as if the student completed a three-credit course and will be applied as such to the graduation requirements.

Thesis (9 credits)

  • PCSE 699 - Thesis Research

Core (9 credits)

  • PHYS 501 - Models of Dynamical Systems
  • PHYS 504 - Electromagnetic Theory
  • Select one:
    • PHYS 502 - Quantum Physics
    • PHYS 506 - Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics

Concentration (12 credits)

Select any four PHYS or PCSE courses from the M.S. in Applied Physics and Computer Science program, not including any course taken to fulfill the core courses requirement. CPSC 501 is also an acceptable choice. The courses chosen must be approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator.

NOTE: If PCSE 579 is successfully completed three times, it is treated as if the student completed a three-credit course and will be applied as such to the graduation requirements.

Thesis (9 credits)

  • PCSE 699 - Thesis Research

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