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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | New Students
    of Engineering has created a student check list for incoming students It is a great resource so please read it through carefully as it will most likely answer many of the questions you may have MICE MICE is a web based database system for departmental records of various sorts Your MICE account will be created by the beginning of January and once it is created you will receive an email from the MICE system Please note that MICE is only available on Columbia s network so to access MICE off campus please follow these instructions Go to HOWTO Proxy Connection to Columbia Network MICE to set up the proxy server Additionally please check our MICE User Manual for information Student Services Online Student Services Online is also known as SSOL You will use SSOL to register for classes request transcript and view your billing information Please note that you can only register for classes through SSOL not through MICE Registration Registration for Spring 2016 courses will be from January 12 15 2016 You will use SSOL to register for classes In order to register for courses on time you must submit your MMR immunization records 30 days before course registration Please make sure to send your records to the health services by the deadline For immunization related questions please contact Columbia s Health Services Advisor Information Each track has an advisor or advisors After you select a track you will be assigned an advisor in MICE Masters Program Requirements It is important for you to read through the program requirements Please visit our FAQ page for the policies and requirements A brief description of each of the MS tracks can be found in this document Importing courses taken at your previous institution You will see instructions in the MICE User

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/ms/newStudents (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | CPT
    J 1 status If you are on F 1 visa you must be in valid student status for one academic year 9 months before you can register for COMS E6910 I read that the Fieldwork course will satisfy my program requirement How does that work Since the Fieldwork course is a 6000 level course it will count as your general elective or a waiver replacement Since this is a one credit course though most students take it as an extra course instead of trying to fit it into the program plan How do I register for this course You must have an internship appointment in order to start the registration process Once you secured an internship submit a Fieldwork application form along with the official employment offer letter and a short proposal to your faculty advisor The proposal should explain the relevance of your work to your study Upon approval you can register for the course on SSOL I am an international student so can I get a work authorization How long does it take for it to be issued Yes you can get a Curricular Practical Training work authorization It takes about a week I am an international student What is the difference between CPT Curricular Practical Training and Pre Completion OPT Optional Practical Training Please refer to CPT and Pre Completion OPT How many hours can I work If you are an international student the Curricular Practical Training work authorization requires you to work at least 100 hours excluding exam week you cannot however work more than 20 hours a week during the academic year so please plan accordingly During the summer the 100 hour requirement still applies but you can work more than 20 hours a week What is the grade based on You are required to

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/ms/cpt (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Registration
    COMS E9911 should come to 15 points total So if you have registered for 6 points of lecture coursework you will register for 9 points of COMS E9911 You must select the letter grade option for COMS E9911 If you aren t taking any lecture courses you can register for a full 15 points of COMS E9911 The call number for your advisor s section of COMS E9911 may change each semester and can be confirmed on our department s course listing If you can t find the correct call number contact Do not register for COMS E9910 Graduate Research I or any of the other project courses such as W4901 E6900 E6901 E6902 those are only for undergraduates and MS students GSAS Registration prior to completion of six 6 Residence Units PhD students in GSAS should register for one residence unit RU every consecutive fall and spring semester until they have accumulated six total RUs including the two RUs obtained through advanced standing The Residence Unit will give you full time status Make sure to keep track of exactly how many RUs you have completed as over payment of RU tuition will not be refunded You can see how many RUs you have completed in SSOL The call number for the RU is 99991 In addition to the RU you should register for exactly 15 points every fall and spring semester until you have completed 30 points beyond the MS degree You should meet the minimum point requirement within 2 semesters of your first day as a GSAS student Step 1 Register for the RU using call 99991 in SSOL Step 2 Register for the lecture courses that you need to take that semester Courses graded P F or taken for R credit do not count towards the degree so please keep this in mind when registering Step 3 Register for your advisor s section of COMS E9911 Graduate Research II The number of points of COMS E9911 that you will register for will be dependent on how many points of coursework you have registered for Your points of coursework points of COMS E9911 should come to 15 points total So if you have registered for 6 points of lecture coursework you will register for 9 points of COMS E9911 You must select the letter grade option for COMS E9911 If you aren t taking any lecture courses you can register for a full 15 points of COMS E9911 The call number for your advisor s section of COMS E9911 may change each semester and can be confirmed on our department s course listing If you can t find the correct call number contact Do not register for COMS E9910 Graduate Research I or any of the other project courses such as W4901 E6900 E6901 E6902 those are only for undergraduates and MS students GSAS Registration after completion of six 6 Residence Units After you have completed your six residence units in GSAS you should stop registering for RUs

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/phd/registration (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Milestones
    a mutually agreed research advisor must be established no later than the end of the second semester Reminder to complete imports and that two new breadth areas per semester is required N First Semester Satisfactory progress on research meaning at least 50 time devoted to research with promising results Wonderful this is what you re here for Unsatisfactory progress discuss at Black Friday First time expect or require substantial attention to research during upcoming semester and thereafter Second and subsequent repeats probation or dismissal from program First Semester N Fifth Semester Breadth requirement completed OR total 2 N breadth areas completed here NOT counting imports Good for you keep it up If applicable apply for your MS from SEAS and advanced standing from GSAS as soon as you ve completed 4 core breath areas 2 elective breadth areas and 30 graduate points and English proficiency level 8 if applicable Unsatisfactory progress discuss at Black Friday First time expect or require a specified number of additional breadth areas completed the upcoming semester Second and subsequent repeats probation or dismissal from program N Fifth Semester Breadth requirement completed Glad that s over Unsatisfactory progress discuss at Black Friday Place on or continue probation require completion by end of upcoming semester or face dismissal from program N Third Sixth semester Teaching TAing requirement completed partially completed or planned for following semester Planning and pacing is important do not wait until the last minute Reminder Milestone not technically required until MPhil N Sixth semester Teaching TAing requirement completed Extra teaching TAing is welcomed if ok with your advisor Reminder Milestone not technically required until MPhil N Sixth semester Candidacy exam passed Now you re a candidate Apply for your MPhil as soon as possible after you have 6 RUs as well as all of

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/phd/milestones (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | MSPhD
    PhD program without a Masters degree recognized by Columbia Every MS PhD track student registration status ETCOMS must apply for MS graduation in order to receive the MS degree from Columbia University and be awarded advanced standing towards the PhD The faculty will approve the MS degree application following successful completion of six 6 breadth requirement courses completed at Columbia not including imports including all four 4 distribution courses The

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/phd/msphd (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Fieldwork
    doctoral students This course provides the academic framework for field work experience required for the student s program of study Field work documentation and faculty advisor approval is required prior to registration A final written report must be submitted This course will count towards the degree program and cannot be taken for pass fail credit or audited With approval from the department chair or the doctoral program director doctoral students can register for this course at most twice In rare situations exceptions may be granted by the Dean s Office to register for the course more than twice e g doctoral students funded by industrial grants who wish to perform doctoral field work for their corporate sponsor The doctoral student must be registered for this course during the same term as the field work experience Registration Process The student must provide an internship employment letter to the faculty member responsible for supervising the student s internship The letter must include the following beginning and ending dates of employment how many hours the student will work weekly a description of duties in sufficient detail to clearly show them as appropriate to meeting the requirements for the student s degree location of the company or organization where employment will take place The faculty member responsible for supervising the student s internship must prepare a letter and give it to the student affairs department administrator with the internship employment letter The letter from the supervising faculty member must include the following the specific internship opportunity the specific degree requirement or elective course e g E8000y that it satisfies the minimum requirements to complete the internship a reasonable period of time needed to complete the internship e g satisfying the requirements of a 1 semester 3 credit course would normally be done in 1

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/phd/fieldwork (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Awards
    2009 Tristan Naumann MS Dokyun Lee undergraduate Jae Woo Lee PhD Paul Etienne Vouga PhD Oren Laaden PhD 2008 John Cieslewicz PhD David Elson PhD John Gallagher undergraduate 2007 Luqman Hodgkinson MS David Lariviere MS Janak Parekh PhD Yingbo Song PhD Michael Sorvillo MS 2006 Christian Murphy PhD and MS 2005 William Beaver MS Abhinav Kamra PhD 2004 Paul Blaer PhD Jackson Liscombe PhD Maryam Kamvar MS 2003 Srikant Krishna MS 2002 Rebecca Machalow undergraduate PhD Award for Excellence in TAing Superceded by the Kosoresow award 2003 Peter Davis 2002 Michel Galley Gaurav S Kc Paul Charles Michelman Memorial Award for Exemplary Service to the Computer Science Department Established November 2000 This award is given to a PhD student in Computer Science who has performed exemplary service to the department devoting time and effort beyond the call to further the department s goals It is given in memory of Dr Paul Michelman 93 who devoted himself to improving our department through service while excelling as a researcher 2015 David Chisholm 2014 Jonathan Bell Clément Canonne 2013 Jonathan Bell Swapneel Sheth 2012 Jingyue Wu 2011 Joshua Gordon Arthi Ramachandran 2010 Kristen Parton John Zhang 2009 Matei Ciocarlie Chris Murphy 2008 Julia Stoyanovich 2007 Gabriela Cretu 2006 Janak Parekh 2005 Alejandro J Troccoli Ani N Nenkova 2004 Janak Parekh 2003 Phillip Gross 2002 Eugene Agichtein Eleazar Eskin Tiberiu Chelcea CS Service Award The faculty selects those doctoral students agreed to be in the top 10 in service contributions and awards them a certificate The names and contributions of these students are announced electronically to the department by the department chair and are also published in the CS Newsletter The awardees are also invited to a celebratory meal with a subset of the faculty One of the above contributors is selected for the

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/phd/awards (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | FAQs
    CS CU Bulletin In The Press News Newsletters Highlights Distinguished Lectures Resources A to Z Adjunct Teaching Computing Jobs Technical Reports Webmail Directions Wiki Copyright FAQ Quick Links Data Science Institute IGERT From Data to Solutions ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities Doctoral Program Frequently Asked Questions Graduate Program FAQ Applying to the Program Currently or previously enrolled students in other Columbia graduate programs who want to enroll in switch to

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