Program in Computational Biology An interdisciplinary graduate training program in computational biology that brings together the world-class strengths of Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh in computer science and biomedical research, and enables outstanding students to receive unique training that will place them among the leaders of this field. The Master of Science program in Computer Science offers students with a Bachelor's degree the opportunity to improve their training with advanced study in Computer Science.
A grade of C or better is required in any of these courses if they are used as a prerequisite to any other CS course. Students must also meet the University's requirements for a minor as described under Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees.
After students have satisfactorily completed their undergraduate requirements, they must complete the remaining requirements in the MBA program.
Additional information can be found in the section on B. Linked Program listed at the beginning of the College of Sciences section of this Catalog.
Students interested in this program should contact the MBA Program as early as possible. Linked Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Master of Science in Computer Science This program allows exceptionally successful students to earn both a bachelor's and master's degree in computer science.
Up to 12 credits of graduate coursework may be counted toward both their undergraduate and master's degrees in computer science. Students must earn a minimum of credit hours for the undergraduate degree and 30 for the graduate degree.
Admission To be admitted to the linked program, students must have completed at least 60 undergraduate credit hours with at least 24 credit hours from ODU. At the time of admission, they must have an overall GPA of 3. Interested students who meet the admission requirements should apply to the graduate program director, after consulting with the undergraduate chief departmental advisor, as soon as possible upon completing the required courses and 60 credit hours.
In consultation with the graduate program director, a student will: Officially declare an undergraduate Computer Science major with the undergraduate chief departmental advisor.
Draft a schedule of graduate courses to be taken as an undergraduate to be presented to the undergraduate chief departmental advisor.
Apply, during their senior year, to the Office of Graduate Admissions for admission to the master's in computer science program. Students who have completed at least six hours of graduate courses upon attaining senior standing completion of 90 credit hours and who have earned a GPA of 3.
Otherwise, in keeping with normal admission requirements for the M. Once students have been awarded their bachelor's degree and fulfilled all regular admission requirements for the M. Program Requirements Students in the program will fulfill all normal admission and curricular requirements for both a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and an M.
Students in the program may count up to 12 hours of graduate courses, at the or level, excluding independent study, taken as an undergraduate toward both the bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science. Students in the program may substitute computer science graduate courses for undergraduate courses according to the following schema.
All students must complete an undergraduate writing intensive course in the major. Students may substitute and level courses for the upper-level CS electives in the undergraduate program so long as they have the prerequisites for those courses.
Students will not receive credit for both the and level version of the same course. Students in the program may make a written petition for other substitutions to the graduate program director, who will consider them in consultation with the chief departmental advisor and the instructor s of the courses involved.
In accordance with University policy, up to 21 hours of graduate courses taken as an undergraduate may be counted toward the bachelor's degree in computer science.
However, only 12 hours of graduate courses taken as an undergraduate may also be counted toward the M. This will limit students' scheduling flexibility subsequently.
Like students in the regular M. Students are advised against taking all 12 of those level credits as an undergraduate, since doing so will limit their scheduling flexibility subsequently. Computing Facilities The Computer Science Department at Old Dominion University offers a wide array of facilities, resources, and services to our faculty, staff, students and guests.
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The co-terminal degree programs in Computer Science exist to encourage currently enrolled undergraduate students to add a master’s degree in computer science to their bachelor’s degree in a way that requires less time and tuition than earning the degrees separately.
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The department invites applications for the following positions: CS department chair (application review will begin on October 31, ) ; Tenure-track faculty (application review will begin on October 1, ) "The Computer Science Department produces graduates with strong problem-solving, communication and team skills who are able to design, implement and document computer software systems.".
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Students take courses and conduct applied and theoretical research in algorithms and complexity, artificial intelligence, hardware .