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  • Admission Requirements | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Business and Economics Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Admission Requirements Applicants to the Master of Science in Computer Science program at UW River Falls are evaluated according to the following criteria Completed graduate application with fee paid Successful completion of a bachelor s degree in Computer Science or related field Cumulative GPA meeting one of the following requirements Undergraduate GPA of at least 2 75 or Major GPA of at least 3 0 or GPA of at least 3 0 for no fewer than nine semester credits of graduate study from another accredited graduate institution Official transcripts from each institution attended Personal statement regarding your motivation to earn a Master of Science in Computer Science Recommendation from two qualified individuals Current resume showing related work experience optional For non English speaking applicants a minimum TOEFL test score of 80 Internet based or

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  • Current Student Resources | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Business and Economics Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Current Student Resources Foundation courses in Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming Database Management and Software Engineering are prerequisites for all MS in Computer Science courses Significant current experience in the computer science industry or a related field is also expected of students prior to enrolling in MSCS courses You must finish the listed foundation prerequisites before taking the corresponding MSCS courses as listed below Take these foundation courses in order to take the MSCS courses in the next column Take these MSCS courses after completing the foundation courses in the previous column Required MSCS courses Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming CSIS 730 Enterprise and Cloud Computing Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming CSIS 731 Distributed and Mobile Cloud Computing Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming CSIS 732 Information Security Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming Database Management CSIS 733 Computing for Data Science and Big Data Analysis Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming Database Management Software Engineering CSIS 734 Software Engineering and Design Patterns Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming CSIS 735 Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming CSIS 736 Technology Innovation New Product Development and Sustainability Programming I Programming II Object Oriented Programming Database Management Software Engineering CSIS 738 Practicum For more information contact Leanne

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  • Degree Requirements | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Business and Economics Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Degree Requirements Computer Science required courses 24 credits CSIS 730 Enterprise and Cloud Computing 3 credits CSIS 731 Distributed and Mobile Computing 3 credits CSIS 732 Information Security 3 credits CSIS 733 Computing for Data Science and Big Data Analysis 3 credits CSIS 734 Software Engineering and Design Patterns 3 credits CSIS 735 Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery 3 credits CSIS 736 Technology Innovation New Product Development and Sustainability CSIS 738 Practicum 3 credits Graduate Management elective courses 6 credits minimum or 2 courses MNGT 700 Organizational Theory and Behavior 3 credits MNGT 701 Leadership and Ethics 3 credits MKTG 702 Strategic Marketing Management 3 credits MNGT 703 Human Resources Management 3 credits MNGT 705 Operations and Project Management 3 credits FINC 732 Financial Management 3 credits Course Schedule MSCS Long Range Schedule through Spring 2016 Please note that this is a tentative schedule and course

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  • Technology Needs | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Business and Economics Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Technology Needs Laptop Requirements All graduate students will need to have a laptop that you can bring to class when required The D2L site for your class will specify whether or not a specific course requires you to have a laptop for the course If you have a personal laptop please bring it to class If you use an employer s laptop it may be necessary for you to have administrative rights for the computer so that you can add software If you do not currently have a laptop UWRF provides a purchase discount for the purchase of computers and software such as Windows and Microsoft Office For more information about technology discounts

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  • Why Computer Science at UWRF? | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Business and Economics Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Why Computer Science at UWRF The Master of Science in Computer Science program at UW River Falls offers you the following features Hybrid class format The MSCS uses an innovative schedule that includes online courses with evening weekend and daytime options This enables you to complete your degree at your own pace whether you choose to work full time and take classes in the evening or focus solely on your degree and finish in two years or less Advanced facilities As a MSCS student you will have access to numerous IT resources in a hands on learning environment Computer labs are outfitted with state of the art computing and communication facilities including desktop computers UNIX workstations networking technologies and graphics workstations Combined approach The MSCS program combines curriculum focused on current industry advances such as cloud computing information security and mobile with graduate

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  • Prospective Students | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    professors involved in my education outside of the classroom Our CBE faculty have offices in South Hall and are available to meet with all students In addition upper division CBE students are assigned faculty advisors in their majors who aid students in planning their courses of study A professional advisor in the college assists freshmen and sophomore students Check out our Faculty and Staff page for specific information about our faculty Does the College of Business and Economics offer internships Internships are strongly encouraged before graduation from UWRF as a way to give you valuable experience in the business world beyond the classroom experience After you complete 60 credits Junior standing and certain required courses you are eligible to apply for an internship Our proximity to the Twin Cities gives our students many opportunities Please look for additional information on our Internship page If I declare a major in one of the business programs am I automatically eligible to take any course offered in the College of Business and Economics In order to take most upper level courses 300 and above you must be formally admitted to CBE Each major has certain prerequisite courses that must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2 50 In addition you must complete 27 required General Education credits with a minimum 2 25 GPA But since we do not have a limit on the number of students admitted to CBE each year if you meet the criteria at the time you formally apply usually during your sophomore or junior year you are in How much is my schooling going to cost UW River Falls has the reputation of being an affordable university while still maintaining a high quality education Estimated tuition and fees can be found on the Student Billing page Will I be required to purchase textbooks for all my courses As an undergrad your textbook rental fee is paid as part of your tuition so you do not have the additional cost of purchasing books except for some online courses or the hassle of trying to sell back the books you no longer need at the end of the semester However you will have the option of purchasing any book that you might want to keep in your professional or personal library Textbook Services has additional information Are there scholarships or other types of financial aid available to me UWRF and the College of Business and Economics offer scholarships grants loans and student employment to help offset the cost of schooling Information about these types of financial aid is available on the Financial Assistance website Can I come for a visit We encourage you to come and visit our beautiful campus located in the scenic St Croix River Valley about 30 minutes east of Minneapolis St Paul Arrangements for campus visits can be made through our Admissions Office College Visit Days are scheduled throughout the year and offer you the opportunity to tour the campus including historic South Hall where the

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  • Student Organizations | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Education Center for Innovation and Business Development Center for Sales Excellence Small Business Development Center CBE Policies Faculty Staff Honors and Awards International Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs International Resources Exchange Agreements Internships For Employers For Students Forms Master of Business Administration Application Information Courses and Tuition Foundation Courses International Students and Partnerships Master of Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Prospective Students Student Organizations Upper Level Admission Requirements Vision and Mission Statement Contact Us Student Organizations Learning Community Taking Care of Business TCOB This living and learning community is for first year students pursuing majors in accounting business administration computer science and information systems or economics Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma BGS This international honor society recognizes business excellence and membership in BGS is the highest recognition a business student can receive in a bachelor s or master s program at a school accredited by AACSB International Student Organizations Accounting Society This society is open to student who have an interest in accounting or finance The society engages in professional development experiences as well as social activities Its mission is to promote account and finance majors to become actively involved in their academic and local community along with allowing members the opportunity to become well rounded business savvy professionals Contact Faculty Adviser Steve DeWald or visit the Facebook group Association for Computing Machinery ACM This student group is open to students with an interest in computer technology video games programming competitions and robots Contact Faculty Adviser Hossein Najafi or President Theodore Mcdonough DECA This collegiate chapter of DECA strives to prepare students interested in marketing management and finance to become future business leaders Contact Faculty Adviser Stacy Vollmers Finance Club This club is open to all students staff

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  • Upper Level Admission Requirements | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Computer Science at UWRF Prospective Students Student Organizations Upper Level Admission Requirements Vision and Mission Statement Contact Us Upper Level Admission Requirements For formal admission to CBE an admission application must be completed and returned to the CBE Office 124 South Hall by March 1 for summer or fall admission or by October 1 for spring admission All requirements must be completed or in progress for completion during the semester preceding admission Formal admission to CBE will allow you to register for upper division courses in your major You will receive written notification regarding the decision of your application Admission applications are available in the CBE Office 124 SH on the 1st floor bulletin board outside 124 SH or on the right sidebar Requirements for ALL majors Completion of at least 27 required general education credits with a minimum GPA of 2 25 Choose your major from the tabs below to view additional requirements for each major Accounting Business Admin CSIS Data Science Economics Accounting The courses listed below must be completed or in progress for completion during the semester preceding admission Minimum GPA of 2 50 in ACCT 231 232 ECON 201 202 CSIS 215 ECON 205 or MATH 156 or MATH 166 ECON 226 or MATH 226 COMS 116 or ENGL 266 CBE 100 Students with GPAs between 2 25 and 2 50 may petition to the respective department chair for consideration on a case by case basis Business Admin The courses listed below must be completed or in progress for completion during the semester preceding admission Minimum GPA of 2 50 in ACCT 231 232 ECON 201 202 CSIS 215 ECON 205 or MATH 156 or MATH 166 ECON 226 or MATH 226 COMS 116 or ENGL 266 CBE 100 Students with GPAs between 2 25 and

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