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MATH 501 Introduction to Abstract Algebra by moti

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									COURSES OUTSIDE OF THE MAJOR FOR MS DEGREE
Students in the Masters of Science in Computer Science program are allowed to take up
to six credits of coursework outside of computer science. In general, if a student desires
to take a course towards the MS degree outside of the department, it must be approved by
the Computer Science graduate committee before the course if taken. However, students
desiring to take graduate level courses in Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research or
Electrical Engineering/Computer Engineering can have these courses approved by their
advisor. The course must be on the approved list below.

In general, all special topics courses must be approved by the graduate committee. A
course that does not count towards an MS in its own department will not be acceptable
for the MS in Computer Science. Courses that are cross listed as a CMSC course must be
taken as a CMSC course. Students must meet the required prerequisites for the courses
they wish to take.
Department of Mathematics
Courses that may be applied to the MS degree in CS with advisor approval

MATH 501 Introduction to Abstract Algebra
MATH 505 Modern Geometry
MATH 507-508 Analysis I, II
MATH 509-510 General Topology I, II
MATH 511 Applied Linear Algebra
MATH 512 Complex Analysis for Applications
MATH 515 Numerical Analysis I
MATH 516 Numerical Analysis II
MATH 517-518 Methods of Applied Mathematics
MATH 520 Game Theory and Linear Programming
MATH 521 Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory
MATH 523 Discrete Event Simulation
MATH 525 Introduction to Combinatorial Mathematics
MATH 527-528 Mathematical Foundations of Operations Research
MATH 532 Ordinary Differential Equations I
MATH 555/ENGR 555 Dynamics and Multivariable Control I
MATH 601-602 Abstract Algebra I, II
MATH 603-604 Advanced Probability Theory
MATH 607-608 Real Analysis I, II
MATH 611-612 Complex Analysis I, II
MATH 615 Topics in Numerical Analysis
MATH 617-618 Applied Mathematics I, II
MATH 619 Operational Methods
MATH 620 Theory of Partial Differential Equations
MATH 621 Boundary-Value Problems
MATH 639 Studies in Operations Research
MATH 641 Mathematical Programming
MATH 645 Queueing Theory
MATH 649 Practical Optimization
Department of Statistical Sciences and Operations Research
Courses that may be applied to the MS degree in CS with advisor approval

STAT 503 Introduction to Stochastic Processes
STAT 513-514 Mathematical Statistics I-II
OPER 520 Game Theory and Linear Programming
STAT 523 Nonparametric Statistical Methods
OPER 527 Deterministic Operations Research
OPER 528 Stochastic Operations Research
STAT 541 Applied Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
STAT 544 Statistical Methods II                   (credit for 1 of STAT 544 and STAT 642)
MATH 603-604 Advanced Probability Theory I-II
STAT 613-614 Stochastic Processes I-II
STAT 623 Discrete Multivariate Analysis
STAT 626 Complex Sampling Designs and Variance Estimation
OPER 631 Mathematical Programming
OPER 639 Practical Optimization
OPER 641 Discrete Event System Simulation
STAT 642 Design and Analysis of Experiments       (credit for 1 of STAT 544 and STAT 642)
OPER 643 Decision and Risk Analysis
STAT 643 Applied Linear Regression
STAT 644 Advanced Regression
OPER 645 Queueing Theory
STAT 645 Bayesian Decision Theory
OPER 647 Multiobjective Decision Analysis
OPER 648 Systems Reliability Analysis
STAT 648 Systems Reliability Analysis
OPER 649 Statistical Quality Control
STAT 649 Statistical Quality Control
Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering
Courses that may be applied to the MS degree in CS with advisor approval

EGRE 520 Semiconductor and Quantum Electronics
EGRE 521 Advanced Semiconductor Devices
EGRE 522 Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS
EGRE 525 Fundamentals of Photonics Engineering
EGRE 533 VLSI Design
EGRE 535 Digital Signal Processing
EGRE 555/MATH 555 Dynamics and Multivariable Control I
EGRE 620 Electron Theory of Solids II
EGRE 621 Spintronics
EGRE 623 Nanostructures and Nanodevices
EGRE 631 Embedded Systems
EGRE 633 Advanced VLSI Systems Design
EGRE 634 Advanced Digital Theory
EGRE 655/MATH 655 Dynamics and Multivariable Control II

								
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