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									PROGRAM OF GRADUATE WORK MASTER OF SCIENCE
Thesis Option requires 30 hrs (24 course hrs + 6 thesis hrs) Non-Thesis Option requires 33 hrs THIS FORM MUST BE:
TYPEWRITTEN (cannot be handwritten) completely filled out (pages 1 & 2) by the applicant and signed by the Graduate Liaison 3. filed in the Graduate College Dean’s Office no later than o the first Monday in March (for summer graduates) o the first Monday in April (for fall graduates) o the first Monday in October (for spring graduates) o See exact Calendar Dates in the Class Schedule. DEPARTMENT COURSE NAME HOURS &COURSE NO. 1. 2.

NAME:
Last First Middle

SELECT ONE:

ID:

__ 0701M COMPUTER SCIENCE __ 0701N BS/MS COMPUTER SCIENCE __ 0701P BS COMP ENGR/ MS COMP SCI

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List only those courses that will be applied to the degree. List the courses in the order they were completed. List each course and/or directed reading on a separate line. Do not list grades for courses in which you are currently enrolled or will enroll. We will add these when posted. NOTE: Any proposed changes in this Program of Study must be submitted in writing and be approved by the Graduate Liaison.

GRADE

SEMESTER1

CREDIT (R, T, DUAL)2

INSTRUCTOR3

THIS APPLIES TO ACCELERATED DEGREE STUDENTS ONLY: Indicate shared credit by typing “dual” in the CREDIT column. You are required to complete 12 hours (4 courses) during your final undergraduate semester which will be applied to the bachelor’s degree and master’s degree. LIMITATIONS. No more than 9 hours of CS G4000-level coursework; no more than 3 hours of CS 5990; no more than 6 hours of CS 5973; no outside courses without prior approval (in principle, no more than 2 outside courses of which only 1 may be G4000 level).

THEORY COURSES. Thesis & Non-Thesis Option: Two (2) courses from the following list:
CS 4413 Algorithm Analysis CS 5413 Computational Complexity CS 5433 Comp. Methods in Discrete Optimization CS 5443 Advanced Discrete Optimization & Networks CS 5813 Formal Languages CS 5823 Cryptography

SYSTEMS COURSES. Thesis & Non-Thesis Option: Two (2) courses from the following list:
CS 4323 Compiler Construction CS 4613 Computer Architecture CS 5023 Intro to Intelligent Robotics CS 5033 Machine Learning CS 5113 Operating Systems CS 5123 System Modeling & Performance Evaluation CS 5133 Data Networks CS 5143 Network Design & Management CS 5153 Network Security CS 5163 Embedded Systems CS 5633 Advanced Computer Architecture CS 6143 Wireless and Mobile Networks

APPLICATIONS COURSES. Thesis & Non-Thesis Option: Two (2) courses from the following list:
CS 4013 Artificial Intelligence CS 4513 Database Management CS 5033 Machine Learning CS 5053 Computer Graphics CS 5213 Software Engineering Processes CS 5513 Advanced Database & Management CS 5613 Computer Networks & Distributed Processing CS 5743 Scientific Computing I CS 5753 Scientific Computing II

ELECTIVES: Any CS G4000 or 5000-level course not applied toward Theory, Systems or Application courses above. Refer to Limitations above.

THESIS OPTION: Six (6) hours.
CS 5980 CS 5980 MS Thesis Research MS Thesis Research

TOTAL HOURS=
1

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(THESIS OPTION MUST = 30; NON-THESIS OPTION MUST = 33)

Indicate the semester and year in which the course was taken. For example, a course completed in July 2005 would be indicated as “Summer 2005” or abbreviated as “SU 05;” December 2005 would be “Fall 2005” or “FA 05;” May 2005 would be indicated as “Spring 2005” or abbreviated as “SP 05.” 2 Graduate courses completed through the University of Oklahoma carry resident (R) credit, regardless of the location of the student’s individual campus. Courses completed at a graduate institution other than the University of Oklahoma and subsequently approved as transfer credit, should be indicated with a “T” in this space. Accelerated Degree students must indicate shared courses by typing “dual” in this column 3 If a course was completed at an institution other than the University of Oklahoma and subsequently approved for use as a transfer credit toward an OU degree, list the name of the institution in this column rather than the name of the instructor for the course.

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GRADUATE COLLEGE—UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA

ADMISSION TO CANDIDACY
Date ______________________ I hereby petition the Graduate College to be admitted to candidacy for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE

COMPUTER SCIENCE (0701M OR N OR P)
*I desire to take my examination or defend my thesis and graduate in FALL __________ SPRING __________
(INDICATE SEMESTER AND YEAR)

SUMMER __________

*NOTE: An Authority for the Comprehensive Examination must be requested by the department, while the Authority for Thesis Defense must be requested by the student. Both must be approved by the Graduate College Dean prior to the examination or defense. PLEASE CHECK THE APPLICABLE STATEMENT: ___________ ___________ ___________ Thesis Option (A completed Thesis Title form MUST accompany this Admission to Candidacy form.) Thesis Option master’s degree while enrolled in doctoral program. (A completed Thesis Title form must accompany this Admission to Candidacy form.) Non-Thesis Option. Please check one of the following two options. _____ I will take a uniform departmental examination. _____ Committee members for the non-thesis option (non-Uniform examination) are the following: ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ___________ ___________ Non-Thesis Option master’s degree on basis of comprehensive examination while enrolled in the doctoral program. Master’s degree on basis of Ph.D. General Examination.

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Name of Candidate (Please Print)

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Local Address

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City/State/ZIP

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Telephone E-mail

I understand that graduation clearance will not occur until the semester in which I have satisfied all degree requirements (including all course requirements, hour requirements, and payment of all tuition). By my signature below, I also confirm that I have read the Graduate College Bulletin and understand all the non-departmental requirements for the degree.

IMPORTANT GRADUATION REMINDER: Each candidate is responsible for filing a separate Application for Graduation form in the
Office of Academic Records. The Graduation Application must be filed by November 1st (for fall), March 1st (for spring), and July 1st (for summer).
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(Signature of Candidate)

I am satisfied with the present state of progress of the applicant and believe this student to be capable of completing graduate work leading to the master’s degree. I approve of the course of study as outlined and recommend that the student be admitted to candidacy for the degree.

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(Signature of Graduate Liaison)

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