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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Undergraduate
    language processing computational complexity and the analysis of algorithms computer communications combinatorial methods computer architecture computer graphics data bases mathematical models for computation optimization and programming environments Through this integrated approach students acquire the kind of flexibility needed in a rapidly changing field they are prepared to engage in both applied and theoretical developments in computer science as they happen Most graduates of the Computer Science Program at Columbia step directly into career positions in computer science with industry or government or continue their education in graduate degree programs Many choose to combine computer science with a second career interest by pursuing additional programs in business administration medicine or other professional studies Degree Programs BS in Computer Science SEAS BS in Computer Engineering SEAS BA in Computer Science CC GS Barnard BA in Computer Science and Mathematics CC GS and Barnard BA in Computer Science and Statistics CC GS BA in Information Science CC GS Minor Concentration in Computer Science People Undergraduate Faculty Advisors Research Opportunities Computer Science Department Projects Undergraduate Research Involvement Program Student Organizations Association for Computing Machinery Women in Computer Science Application Development Initiative Degree Progress Check List BS in Computer Science SEAS Old requirements BS in

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | M.S.
    program provides a unique opportunity to develop leading edge in depth knowledge of specific computer science disciplines The department currently offers concentration tracks covering eight such disciplines MS students are encouraged to participate in state of the art research with our research groups and labs All students must complete the following requirements Complete a total of 30 points Maintain at least a 2 7 overall GPA Satisfy breadth requirements Take at least 6 points of technical courses at the 6000 level Only up to 3 points of your degree can be non CS non technical courses Non CS non technical courses must be approved by your advisor See track webpages for more information Students can choose from one of the tracks below See track webpages for details on track requirements Computational Biology Computer Security Foundations of Computer Science Machine Learning Natural Language Processing Network Systems Software Systems Vision and Graphics MS Personalized MS Thesis If you are following the old MS track requirements please refer to the old requirements page Columbia Video Network CVN students should also choose from one of the above concentration tracks For faculty advisement please contact the assigned track advisors MS in Computer Engineering In addition to the Computer Science MS Program we offer the Computer Engineering MS Program jointly with the Electrical Engineering Department More information about the program can be found in the Computer Engineering section of SEAS bulletin and on the Computer Engineering website Dual MS in Journalism and Computer Science Admitted students will enroll for a total of five semesters approximately three in The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and two in the Journalism School In addition to taking classes already offered at the Journalism and Engineering schools students will attend a seminar and workshop designed specifically for the

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/education/ms (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Ph.D.
    Reports Webmail Directions Wiki Copyright FAQ Quick Links Data Science Institute IGERT From Data to Solutions ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities Doctoral Program Departmental Information Registration Program Requirements Milestones Chart MS leading to PhD Fieldwork Awards IGERT Fellowship Program FAQs General Doctoral Program Information and Advice Michael Ernst s Compilation of Great Advice Productivity Tips for PhD Students Getting Admitted to a Top PhD Program Tips on the Interview Process

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Courses
    From Data to Solutions ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities Courses Computer Science Courses Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Spring 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Fall 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2009 Spring 2009 Fall 2008 Spring 2008 Fall 2007 Spring 2007 Fall 2006 Spring 2006 Fall 2005 Spring 2005 Fall 2004 Spring 2004 Fall 2003 Spring 2003 Fall 2002 Spring

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Employer Resources
    the summer The majority of our MS students graduate in December and look for full time positions to start in January A smaller number of MS students graduate in May and look for full time positions starting in the summer Our department confers approximately 20 doctoral degrees each year and many of these new PhDs find jobs in industry Doctoral students earn their degrees in October February or May Students at all levels are available for summer internships Post Your Job Openings LionSHARE is a resource offered by Columbia s Center for Career Education CCE where employers can post their job openings schedule on campus interviews and sign up to participate in career fairs Use of LionSHARE is free and your postings will reach current undergraduates and graduate students as well as alumni To directly target CS students please send your job description to Resume Collection If you prefer to receive a curated bundle of resumes all at once from interested applicants we can arrange that for you Please send your job description to our Assistant Manager of Student Services She will send the information to your targeted group of students collect resumes and send the bundle to you by your specified deadline Please be sure to include the following information in your job description Type of position full time part time internship temporary volunteer postdoc fellowship Organization name Position title Position description responsibilities URL of job posting if available Job location Class levels you would like to reach undergraduate MS PhD alumni Proposed start date Application deadline Participate in an On Campus Career Fair The Center for Career Education hosts a career fair every fall and spring semester For more information on how to participate please visit their website The Application Development Initiative ADI hosts a startup career fair

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Student Resources
    ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities Student Resources Career Counseling Resources for CS Students Our goal in the Department of Computer Science is to equip students with the skills they need for a successful career in research industry or academia and to help jumpstart their careers by connecting them with a wide range of employment options As a student in the Department of Computer Science you have a number of resources available to you to prep you for employment is the Career Development Officer in the department Please e mail her to set up an appointment to discuss your career goals or to get advice on how to prepare for your job or internship search The Center for Career Education also offers a wide range of resources for job seekers CCE manages LionSHARE the job and internship database available exclusively to Columbia students and alumni Please check LionSHARE regularly for updated job listings as great new opportunities are posted daily The Department of Computer Science works in conjunction with CCE and other engineering departments to host numerous career related events each semester info sessions and tech talks employer office hours resume workshops alumni roundtables and panels and much more Please refer

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Departmental Life
    diversity of our student population and supports the participation of our students in various student organizations social events and in their academic and professional career development Student Organizations Women in Computer Science WICS http www cs columbia edu wics Women in Science at Columbia WISC http www columbia edu cu wisc Association for Computing Machinery CU ACM http www cuacm com The Application Development Initiative ADI https adicu com Engineering Graduate Student Council EGSC http www columbia edu cu egsc Graduate Student Advisory Council http www columbia edu cu gsac Academic Development Academic Writing Workshops for Graduate Students Presentation Workshops for Graduate Students Research Project Fair for Undergraduates and Masters Degree Students Distinguished Lecturers Series http www cs columbia edu lectures Spring and Fall Hackathons for Current Students and Alumni of COMS W3157 Professional Career Development Professional Development Events Previous events include Pursuing a Career in Academia Intellectual Property and Patent Law Career in the Federal Government Alumni Career Panel Alumni from our BS MS and PhD programs discuss about their careers and their industry and life after Columbia Resume Interviewing Skills Workshops Every year The Center for Career Education at Columbia provides resume and interviewing skills workshops for CSCU students held in the department http www careereducation columbia edu Industry Info Sessions Companies that have held industry information sessions in our department include such companies as Goldman Sachs Bloomberg Yahoo AllienceBernstein Facebook Deutche Bank BlackRock Social Events Trips In past semesters CSCU students have organized such trips as whitewater rafting hiking skiing ice skating bowling comedy club night and jazz club night BBQs Every semester CSCU students organize a BBQ in the CS courtyard and lounge Coffee Hour Every Thursday CSCU students organize a coffee hour break in the CS lounge Coffee and cookies served Undergraduate Lunches Held once

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/studentlife/deptlife (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Campus Life
    needs are best professed and expressed by the students themselves Business CS Connection A social network that connects Masters students from the Computer Science Department with students from Columbia s Graduate School of Business This program is a work in progress Women in Science at Columbia WISC WISC facilitates networking support mentoring and outreach among women graduate students and post docs within the science departments Women in Computer Science WICS WICS is the computer science branch of WISC Like WISC WICS networks encourages guides and outreaches to female undergraduates graduate students and post docs within computer science as well as faculty and staff Membership is open to everyone whether you are part of the computer science program or not membership is iopen to anyone interested in promoting women in computer science Columbia Athletics For information on work out facilities sporting events and tickets and hours of operation please see Go ColumbiaLions main page http www gocolumbialions com CU Arts Initiative Looking for some aesthetic stimulation How about some authentic musical and theatrical performances CU Arts Initiative has information about and resources for the latest arts films and theatrical performance as well as information about NYC museums and culture sites CU Arts Initiative is an excellent resource for NYC cultural activities for the CU community and can provide students with ticket discounts and free admission to some programs activities and performances around the city Please see their website for more information http www cuarts com Miller Theatre A part of CU Arts Initiative as well as a nationally recognized cultural center for artistic talent Miller Theatre explores and provides their audiences with contemporary opera classical music dance and film Miller Theatre is open to the public but gives Columbia students discounts Information on directions shows performances and times can be found here http www millertheatre com About International Students and Scholars Office ISSO ISSO welcomes more than 10 000 students interns scholars and accompanying family members from nearly 150 countries and offers its international clientele an array of services through the ISSO For information about services activities and programs please see their website http www columbia edu cu isso Center for Student Advising CSA The CSA is for the use of undergradutes CSA works with Academic Success programs and the Undergradute Scholars Program Advisors help plan academic programs each semester answer wuestions about degree and Core requirements for Columbia College undergraduates and first year sophomore students and nontechnical requirements for SEAS undergraduates as well as help with any student inquiries or concerns CSA work together with faculty and other administrators to help generate student success For more information please check their website http www studentaffairs columbia edu csa Center for Career Services Career Services provides students with help finding a job or internship they also provide counseling sessions and practice interviews as well as offers current students with connections to alumni Career Services creates career fairs and host speicla events for current student as well as provide students help wth various

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/studentlife/campuslife (2016-02-17)
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