Search YSU:
 

 

 

 

 

 


Spring Schedule | Summer Schedule | Fall Schedule

Which Courses Should I Take? | Undergraduate Prerequisite Courses

Schedule of Course Offerings


Spring 2017

We will be offering the following graduate courses in the Spring:

CRNCOURSE NAMETIMEINSTRUCTORPREREQUISITE
27940 CSIS 6997: Seminar in Computing and Information Systems M 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm Bonita Sharif  
27940 CSIS 6901: Principles of Computer Programming M W 2:00 - 3:15 Yong Zhang  
26075 CSCI 6920: Theory and Practice of Information Systems WEB Bonita Sharif CSIS 3722 and CSIS 3723
27168 CSCI 6940: Advanced Network Design and Administration M W 2:00 - 3:15 Kriss Schueller CSIS 3723
24751 CSCI 6951: Data Warehousing and Mining T Th 5:10 pm - 6:25 pm Alina Lazar CSIS 3722
21450 INFOT 5875: Advanced Multimedia Authoring WEB Abdurrahman Arslanyilmaz Contact instructor for details
21467 CSIS 5857: Encoding and Encryption WEB John Sullins CSIS 2610 or CSCI 6901
21632 CSIS 5884: Building & Troubleshooting Networks Th 3:30 - 5:20 Ed Ickert CSIS 3883
26721 CSCI 5995F: Biometrics T Th 2:00 - 3:15 Yong Zhang CSIS 3700 or CSCI 6901
25724 CSCI 6995M: Software Tools and Processes M W F 11:00 - 11:50 am Dr. Bonita Sharif Contact instructor for details
23898 CSCI 5895A: Advanced Computer Forensics M W 5:10 - 6:25 JoAnn Gibb CSIS 3755 or CSCI 5857
26723 CSCI 5895Q: Robotics M W F 10:00 - 10:50 Robert Kramer CSIS 3700 or CSCI 6901
21463 CSCI 5806: Operating Systems M W F 2:00 - 2:50 pm Robert Kramer CSIS 3700 and CSIS 3740
21465 CSCI 5814: Computer Architecture M W 5:00 - 6:25 Kriss Schueller CSIS 3700 and CSIS 3740

Sections of the internship, project, thesis, and independent study courses are also offered. With the exception of the internship course, there is a separate section for each faculty member (see Banner for the specific CRN). You must get the permission of the faculty member before registering for their section. Please contact Dr. Sullins about registering for the internship course.

COURSECRN
CSCI 6990: Computing and Information Systems Graduate Project
See BANNER for sections
CSCI 6993: Computing and Information Systems Graduate Internship
21487
CSCI 6996: Independent Study
See BANNER for sections
CSCI 6999: Thesis
See BANNER for sections

Undergraduate and Foundation Prerequisite Courses

If you have been admitted provisionally, you may also need to take one or more undergraduate/foundation courses. The following relevant undergraduate and foundation courses are offered this semester:

COURSE NAMECRNTIME
CSIS 3722: Development of Databases 21554
21555
27435
T Th 11:00 - 12:15
T Th 5:10 - 6:25
WEB
CSIS 3723: Network Design and Administration 24753
21580
M W 11:00 - 12:15
M W 5:10 - 6:25


Which of These Courses Should I Take?

As always, you should consult with your advisor to determine the schedule that best meets your needs. This is particularly vital if you are in your first year in the program!

In addition, the best way to get more information about any of these courses is to contact the instructor of that course. They can give you far more detailed information on the topics each course will cover. However, here is some very basic information:



Summer 2016

We currently plan to offer at least one graduate-level courses in the summer. The exact topic has yet to be determined

We will also be offering sections of some of the program prerequisites, CSIS 3722: Development of Databases and CSIS 3723: Networking Concepts and Administration If you are required to take any of these courses, summer is an excellent time to do so!


Fall 2016

We plan to offer several graduate and swing courses next Fall, including:

The exact schedule has not been finalized yet.