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Regular classes

CSS 342 Data Structures, Algorithms, and Discrete Mathematics I

·       Integrating mathematical principles with detailed instruction in computer programming. Explores mathematical reasoning and discrete structures through object-oriented programming. Includes algorithm analysis, basic abstract data types, and data structures.

·       Fall 2020, Fall 2018, Winter 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2015, Fall 2012

CSS 343 Data Structures, Algorithms, and Discrete Mathematics II 

·       Develops competencies associated with problem-solving, algorithms, and computational models. Covers abstract data types and data structures, efficiency of algorithms, binary tree representations and traversals, searching, dictionaries, priority queues, hashing, directed graphs and graph algorithms, and language grammars.

·       Summer 2020, Winter 2020, Summer 2019, Spring 2017, Spring 2016

CSS 422 Hardware and Computer Organization

·       An introduction to the architecture, operation, and organization of a modern computing machine. Topics covered include basic logic operations, state-machines, register models, memory organization, peripherals, and system issues. Assembly language taught in order to understand the instruction set architecture and memory model of the computer.

·       Spring 2020, Spring 2018, Fall 2015, Spring 2015, Winter 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Winter 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Winter 2013

CSS 483 Bioinformatics Algorithms

·       Covers basic molecular biology to aid in the understanding of current bioinformatics problems that need computational tools. Explores fundamental bioinformatics algorithms of current and future bioinformatics systems. Students implement algorithms on practical biology problems.

·       Winter 2021, Winter 2020, Winter 2019, Winter 2018

·       Offered as CSS 490 Special topics: Winter 2016, Winter 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013

CSS 501 Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming I

·       Covers data structures and object-oriented programming. Studies basic and advanced data types, their uses, and implmentations. Studetns design solutions to programming problems using object-oriented techniques with various data types. Covers algorithms and their tradeoffs. Uses modern software engineering practices.

·       Fall 2020, Fall 2019

CSS 590 Special Topics in Computing: Advanced Bioinformatics Algorithms

·       Advanced bioinformatics algorithms

·       Fall 2019, Winter 2019

 

Student Advising Classes

CSS 198 Supervised Study

·       Supervised exploration of computing-related topic or concept

·       1-5 credits

CSS 397 Computing Internship

·       Elective internship project as delineated in a contract between student, faculty advisor, and community sponsor

·       1-5 credits

CSS 497 Computer Science and Software Engineering Capstone

·       Completion of project as delineated in a contract between student, faculty advisor, and community sponsor.

·       Require weekly progress reports,and final report.

·       Require to submit all colloquium materials at least one week before the colloquium. Require to attend presentation rehearsal meeting.

·       CSS 497 Guide

CSS 498 Independent Study

·       Individual study by arrangement with instructor.

·       Require weekly progress reports, and final report.

CSS 499 Undergraduate Research

·       Design and implementation of a research study as specified in a contract with a faculty member.

·       Require weekly meeting, weekly progress reports, and final report.

CSS 595 Master's Project

·       Students apply their knowledge and skills related to computer science and software engineering in a culminating capstone project.

·       Require weekely meeting, weekly progress reports, and final report.

CSS 599 Faculty Research Seminar

·       Weekly seminars on current research topics in computer science, software engineering, or cyber security engineering.

·       Present current research

CSS 600 Independent Study or Research

·       Independent study or research on computing topics conducted under the direction of one or more instructors.

·       Require weekely meeting, weekly progress reports, and final report.

CSS 700 Master's Thesis

·       Require weekely meeting, weekly progress reports, and final report.

 


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