The deadlines are spread throughout the semester based on the first letter of your last/family name. To submit your Faculty Advisor approved MS Plan of Study, schedule an appointment online with the Masters Program Coordinator for a check-in meeting during the assigned time frame or your due date.
The Non-Thesis Project Path requires at least 30 graduate credits with an average grade point average of 3.0 or better andsatisfactory evaluation by a faculty committee of a non-thesis project submitted in the semester of graduation.
MSc Computer Science Master of Science degree candidates must demonstrate an advanced level of knowledge and understanding in their field of study, capability of relating knowledge of particular topics to the broader field of study, and ability to present knowledge in a critical and scholarly way.
The thesis must be an original work comprising a satisfactory record of research undertaken by the candidate, or a satisfactory critical survey of knowledge in the approved field of study.
Thesis Requirement: Students are required to prepare a thesis and successfully defend it in an open oral defense.
Time Limit: Expected Time: Two years full-time, three years part-time Maximum Time: Four years, either part or full-time.Time Limit: Expected Time: Two years full-time, three years part-time Maximum Time: Four years, either part or full-time Supervisory Assignments: Generally students are admitted to a specific research area and supervisor.Research Proposal Requirements: Research proposal requirements are determined by your supervisor.Requirements include at least 30 graduate credits and non-thesis project submission: The non-thesis project evaluation are conducted by the student’s M. committee, consisting of the faculty advisor and at least one other faculty member.Consult your faculty advisor regarding submission format.The Thesis Path requires at least 30 graduate credits with an average grade of 3.0 or better, satisfactory evaluation by a faculty committee of the oral defense of the thesis, and final thesis document. Advanced courses in semesters are defined as ECE 6000 level and above, excluding ECE 6070.Requirements include: Time Limit Both the thesis and non-thesis M. programs have a six (6) year time limit for completion. Degree Six credits of letter-graded advanced ECE courses are required for the M. Transfer Credit Not more than six graduate semester credits may be transferred from another institution.All decimalized courses labelled SENG are acceptable for all software engineering programs offered by the Department of Computer Science, with the following exceptions: If a student wishes to have any course not mentioned here considered as fulfilling SENG Approved List requirements, they should discuss the matter with their supervisor first.If the supervisor agrees, the matter should be brought to the attention of the Software Engineering Director for consideration.It is offered in a thesis-based route in the Computer Science Department.REGULATIONS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE ONLY: Thesis Based Program: Graduate programs must be chosen in consultation with your supervisor and approved by the Computer Science Graduate Affairs Committee.