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Professional Master's Program

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									Professional Master's Program


            Orientation
            Autumn 2010
              Academic and Administrative Information



    pmp.cs.washington.edu
Welcome
from PMP
   Staff
                                           Dave Rispoli
                                             Advisor
                                       rispoli@ cs.washington.edu




   Pedro Domingos              Fred Videon
 Faculty Coordinator        Software Engineer
 pedrod@cs.washington.edu   fred@ cs.washington.edu      prieto@cs.washington.edu
Tonight’s Orientation

1. Food/Ice Breaker
                              4.
                                   Academic Info
2.       Welcome/                  Admin Info
         Dept./PMP Overview


3.
         CSE/UW Computing
         Facilities
Departmental Excellence
 US News Graduate Program Rankings
   Computer Science (7)
   Computer Engineering (13)

 By Ranked Computer Science Areas
   Systems (5)
   Theory (8)
   AI (6)
   Programming Languages (11)

 Latest Accomplishments:
   http://www.cs.washington.edu/news/
 Research Areas:
   http://www.cs.washington.edu/research/
 CS&E Students
Undergraduate programs
   500 full-time students
   160 degrees conferred per year
Fifth Year Master Program
    15 full-time students
    Started in 2008 for current CSE undergrad students

Full-Time Graduate Program - research focus
    150 full-time students
    25 Ph.D. graduates per year, plus a few terminal Master’s degrees
Professional Master’s Program
   155 part-time students
   50 new students per year
   45 graduates per year (501 to date)
Mission

Allow IT professionals access to CSE faculty & curriculum
   Students exposed to latest research developments

Promote regional IT recruiting and advancement

Strengthen existing CSE/Industry partnerships


Not: Path to the Ph.D. program
Not: Advanced technical training program
Degree Requirements

PMP leads to a MS Degree in Computer Science & Engineering

Degree (non-thesis) consists of approximately 40 credits:
   Eight Professional Master’s Program courses (4 credits each)
       No pre-requisites exist among courses
   Eight additional credits
       Typically fulfilled by enrolling in our colloquium series (1 credit
         each)

Time to complete the program:
    2 1/2 years - one course and one colloquium per quarter. No
  classes offered in summer.
Academic Progress
Academic Progress
   Students must complete degree in timely manner (15 credits/year
     recommended)

    6 years (including ALL time spent on-leave) is the maximum time
       allotted by the UW for earning a Master’s degree

Continuous Enrollment
   Students enroll in at least 2 credits or be formally on-leave at all
     times during program (excluding Summer quarter)

    On-leave status must have Faculty Coordinator approval.
Academic Progress (cont.)
Scholarship
   A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above required for master’s degree
   A grade of 2.7 or above required for a course to be counted toward
     degree. (8 courses of 2.7 or above required for degree.)

Transfer of Credit
   You may petition for transfer of up to 6 credits of graduate level
     course work that has not counted towards any other degree
   Contact advisor to expedite the approval process

Other Important Policies
   Listed at: http://www.washington.edu/students/#ACADEMICS
   It is student’s responsibility to be familiar with UW policies
Instruction
Graduate courses especially designed for working professionals:
    Targeted class limit of 45 students
    Moderate length assignments
    Manageable group projects
    Final exams
    Accessible: Some PMP courses available on-line and at Microsoft
Instructors:
    Regular faculty and other highly qualified instructors
    Almost all instructors have their own research programs
University resources:
    World class library
    Generous computing facilities
Courses
Regular Courses:
Computer Operating Sys.            Transaction Processing
Distributed Systems                Database Management Systems
Compiler Construction              Software Entrepreneurship
Programming Languages
Principles of Software Eng.        Some one-time courses:
Network Systems                    Alternative Computer Paradigms
Digital Systems                    Accessibility
Computer Architecture              Machine Learning
Parallel Computation               Comm. Tech. in the Developing World
Applications of AI                 Cryptography
Data Mining                        Cybersecurity
Applied Algorithms                 Data Compression
Complexity Theory                  History of Computing
Computational Biology              IT & Public Policy
Software Systems                   Low Resource Mobile Computing
Computer Vision                    Concurrency
Current Trends in Comp. Graphics   Computing for Global Health
Human Computer Interaction
Colloquia
Enables students to see state of art research from the best in field.
Note especially our Distinguished Lecturer Series.

Info: http://www.cs.washington.edu/news/colloq.info.html

Students can view talks live or on-line. (90% available on-line)
Live: Tues.& Thurs. 3:30-4:30 room EE-105.
On-line: “on demand” link from URL above.
To earn 1 credit: view any 8 colloquia; report on any 4.
(From any day, week or year!)
Colloquia reporting system:
Search: http://norfolk.cs.washington.edu/htbin-post/unrestricted/colloq/search.cgi
Reporting: http://norfolk.cs.washington.edu/htbin-php/colloq_reporting/summary.php
Planning your program

 Regular courses are normally taught on a two-year cycle.

 Students who are near graduation have priority for
  enrollment in courses.

 Normal: 8 courses + 8 credits of colloquia

 Exceptions:
         Replace colloquia with regular PMP courses
         Daytime graduate courses (with permission)

 No research options.

 Contact PMP Advisor for questions.
Graduation
Degree application process described at:
  http://www.grad.washington.edu/stsv/mastapp.htm

The two most important things to remember are:
   PMP students must register for at least two credits in the quarter
     they wish to graduate
   PMP students must apply for their degrees in the first month of the
     quarter they plan to graduate.

Graduation Events!!!
   PMP Graduate Dinner
   CSE Graduation Event
   Husky Stadium Commencement
 Current Courses
Autumn 2010         http://pmp.cs.washington.edu/curcourses.html

CSE P 544 Database Management Systems
    Dan Suciu - Instructor (Distance)
    Day/Time: Wednesday 6:30-9:20 pm; Place: UW: Paul G. Allen Center for CS&E, room 305; MS:
    Building 99, Room 1915
    An introduction to the principles of database management systems. Topics include database system architecture,
    data models, theory of database design, query optimization, concurrency control, crash recovery and storage
    strategies. Object-relational and object oriented database management systems.

CSE P 557 Current Trends in Computer Graphics
    Zoran Popovic - Instructor
    Day/Time: Tuesday 6:30-9:20 pm ; Place: TBD
    Introduction to computer image synthesis and interactive computer graphics applications, emphasizing the state-
    of-the-art algorithms and applications. Topics vary, but may include computer graphics hardware, visual perception,
    image processing, texture mapping, image compositing, curves and surfaces, photorealistic image synthesis, and
    physical dynamics for modeling and animation.

CSE P 561 Network Systems
    David Wetherall - Instructor
    Day/Time: Thursday 6:30-9:20 pm ; Place: TBD
    The design of modern network systems. Fundamental concepts illustrated with case studies of the Internet, LANs
    and 802.11. Topics include: wireless, media access, and transport-layer technologies, routing, congestion control,
    internetworking, network management, peer-to-peer systems, and network security.
2010-2011 Courses
Autumn 2010:
CSEP 544 Database Mgt. Systems—Dan Suciu (Distance); Wed. 6:30-9:20 pm
CSEP 557 Graphics—Zoran Popovic; Tue. 6:30-9:20 pm
CSEP 561 Network Systems—David Wetherall; Thu. 6:30-9:20 pm

Winter 2011:
CSEP 548 Comp. Architecture—Luis Ceze
CSEP 573 Artificial Intelligence—Pedro Domingos
CSEP 590 Mobile Computing—Gaetano Borriello
CSEP 590 Cryptography (Distance)—Josh Benaloh & Brian LaMacchia

Spring 2011:
CSEP 506 Concurrency—Madan Musuvathi
CSEP 590 Computational Biology—Larry Ruzzo
CSEP 548 Computing for Global Health—Richard Anderson;
CSEP 5xx Course TBD
Registration
PMP students register by phone [(206) 543-2310], fax, or mail using
  registration form Advisor sends quarterly to students' cs e-mail
  address.

Registration and payment must be received no later than close of
  business Friday before quarter start.

PMP students should be familiar with add/drop/withdraw policies at
  www.washington.edu/students/#ACADEMICS
myUW

PMP students:
Can’t use myUW to register for PMP courses

Can use myUW http://www.myuw.washington.edu/ for:
      Billing Information
      Change of Address
      Schedule Information
Student ID Cards
For detailed information see UW Student ID Center Web site at
   www.washington.edu/students/reg/id.html

Student ID Center, ground floor of Odegaard Library next to the By
   George Cafe, weekdays 8 to 5.

Student ID Cards are also used for lab access. On first use be prepared
   to wait a few minutes for activation.

UPASS information is available from links at Student ID Card Web Page
  referenced above. Note: When you return UPASS no credit or debit
  will appear on your statement.
Tuition




Quarterly cost $3,325 ($665 per credit)
One price for all!
+ $150 quarterly fees & textbooks
Parking
$2 per night campus parking permit available from UW Parking Services
   (otherwise $6 at gatehouse)
   http://www.washington.edu/commuterservices/parking/fees_description
   s/night.php
Permit can be used once or twice per week on campus after 4:00 pm .
Students must purchase special permit in person at the start of the quarter
   for the entire quarter--just specify the days needed (i.e. every Tuesday).
The Parking Services Office at 3901 University Way NE is open M-F 7:30 to
   5:00 and until 6:00 pm Mon-Thur. for the first week of classes. There
   are long lines during the first week of classes.
A spouse or friend can purchase the permit for a student. Student number,
   make of car, car license plate number, and payment is needed.
Getting the Word Out

PMP students and graduates are the best way we have to
  spread the word on the Professional Master's Program.

Please make sure talk to your friends and co-workers
   about your courses and the program. We would love to
   have more students just like you.

								
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