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  • Pre-Dissertator Research (Summer 2014) | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    People Faculty Staff Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Board of Visitors Education Areas Classes Faculty Course Descriptions Current Courses Graduate Programs Undergraduate programs Scholarship Award Opportunities Summer RA awards Research Connect Industrial Affiliates Student Job Listings CS Job Fair Programming Contests Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Give Pre Dissertator Research Summer 2014 Lecture various Offering Credit 109 2014 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System Feedback questions or issues feedback cs

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/content/pre-dissertator-research-summer-2014 (2015-02-22)
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  • Dissertation (Spring 2015) | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    Items Employment People Faculty Staff Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Board of Visitors Education Areas Classes Faculty Course Descriptions Current Courses Graduate Programs Undergraduate programs Scholarship Award Opportunities Summer RA awards Research Connect Industrial Affiliates Student Job Listings CS Job Fair Programming Contests Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Give Dissertation Spring 2015 Offering Credit 1 6 2014 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System Feedback questions or issues feedback cs wisc

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  • Dissertation (Summer 2014) | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    Items Employment People Faculty Staff Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Board of Visitors Education Areas Classes Faculty Course Descriptions Current Courses Graduate Programs Undergraduate programs Scholarship Award Opportunities Summer RA awards Research Connect Industrial Affiliates Student Job Listings CS Job Fair Programming Contests Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Give Dissertation Summer 2014 Offering Credit 1 6 2014 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System Feedback questions or issues feedback cs wisc

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  • Adding a second major in computer sciences (M.S. only) | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    their current graduate program without completing a degree must follow the procedures for changing major to CS outlined separately Students who wish to apply for admission to this program must meet the following conditions Submit a letter from their major department attesting to their status in that program indicating in particular the expected completion date for their terminal degree in that program Have obtained grades of AB or better in at least three CS courses numbered 500 or above in three different areas of computer science At least one of these courses must be at the 700 level not including CS 900 All of these courses must have been taught by a member of the CS department faculty Have two letters of recommendation from CS department faculty members at least one of which should be from a faculty member whose primary academic appointment is in CS These letters should attest to the student s satisfactory performance in CS courses completed to date and their ability to complete a Master s Degree in CS At least one of the courses meeting requirement 2 must have a significant amount of programming in a structured language This requirement is waived for those students who have also taken CS 367 which cannot be counted toward the master s degree in CS Provide a completed add change major form to the CS graduate coordinator along with the other application materials described above Note that a student in dissertator fee status who is admitted to the CS Master s program loses his or her dissertator fee status Dissertators who add a program or a certificate program must enroll and pay fees as a regular graduate student This is a Graduate School rule Meeting these requirements guarantees that your application will be considered for admission to the

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/academics/graduate-programs/adding-second-major (2015-02-22)
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  • Changing your major to the CS PhD program | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Give Changing your major to the CS PhD program Currently enrolled graduate students who wish to change their major to undertake a Ph D in computer sciences must fill out the application form and submit it to the CS Graduate Coordinator along with the following materials A statement of purpose explaining the reasons for your interest in transferring to the CS graduate program and your previous experiences with our department courses taken independent study programs with a CS advisor etc A copy of your original application to the UW graduate program to which you were admitted Transcripts for coursework from UW Madison and from previous educational institutions dating back to and including undergraduate institution s Three letters of recommendation from UW Madison faculty members at least two of which must be from a faculty member whose primary academic appointment is in CS GRE scores from the original application to a UW graduate program or later scores if available Applications must be received by January 1 to be considered for admission in the subsequent fall semester Applications are not considered at other times of the year nor for starting times other than the fall semester International students are

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/academics/graduate-programs/changing-your-major-cs-phd-program (2015-02-22)
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  • Graduate minor in computer sciences | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    Coordinator Completion of the planning form before the courses are taken is not required but a completed form signed by a GAC member offers a guarantee that the CS department will accept the course program for a minor The course program for a CS minor must be approved by a GAC member at some point but this approval could also be obtained after some or all of the courses have been taken Requirements The student must receive 9 credits in computer sciences courses such that the following conditions are all satisfied All credits counted are for courses numbered 400 or above At least 3 of the credits counted are for a course that involves a significant amount of programming in a structured language such as C C or Java All courses that transitively depend on CS 367 meet this requirement At least 3 of the credits counted focus on an area of CS not closely related to the student s major as deemed by a member of the Graduate Advising Committee At least 3 of the credits counted are for a course numbered 700 or above that is not an individual instruction course was taught by a full time faculty member in CS and received a grade on the A F scale of at least B At most 3 credits counted are for individual instruction courses No credits counted are for thesis courses All credits counted have received a satisfactory grade The GPA of the credits counted is at least 3 00 No more than 5 credits counted are for coursework completed more than 5 years prior to admission to the Ph D program are counted no credits counted are for coursework taken 10 years ago or more are counted Paperwork Once the minor program is completed the student should

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/academics/graduate-programs/guidebook/grad-minor (2015-02-22)
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  • Courses | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    Celebration Give You are here Graduate Guidebook Spring 2015 under construction Courses The department offers courses at the undergraduate and the graduate level Peruse the following links to plan your classes Course listing by number Course listing by area Current offerings Past and future offerings Student course evaluations Professional Capstone Certificate Program up Professional conduct Printer friendly version Graduate Admissions Traditional M S Ph D Programs Graduate Admissions Professional Master

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/academics/graduate-programs/guidebook/courses-in-cs (2015-02-22)
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  • Professional conduct | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    of knowledge in order to understand and respect the community in which they work Professional appearance Students shall convey a positive professional appearance in order to represent the program in a dignified manner Appearance includes a person s dress hygiene and appropriate etiquette protocols for the environment including safety protocols and protective clothing in environments that require them MISCONDUCT This graduate program the Graduate School and the Division of Student Life all uphold the UW System policies and procedures in place for academic and non academic misconduct In addition graduate students are held to the same standards of responsible conduct of research as faculty and staff Furthermore unprofessional behavior towards clients subjects faculty staff peers and public are significant issues in the evaluation and promotion of students In turn we hold expectations for the highest level of academic integrity and expect professional ethical and respectful conduct in all interactions Students may be disciplined or dismissed from the graduate program for misconduct or disregard for professional conduct expectations regardless of their academic standing in the program Separate and apart from a violation of professional conduct a student may face university disciplinary action with regard to the same action Students are responsible for reading the information here as well as the information published on all relevant websites Lack of knowledge of this information does not excuse any infraction Academic misconduct Academic misconduct is an act in which a student UWS 14 03 1 seeks to claim credit for the work or efforts of another without authorization or citation uses unauthorized materials or fabricated data in any academic exercise forges or falsifies academic documents or records intentionally impedes or damages the academic work of others engages in conduct aimed at making false representation of a student s academic performance or assists other students in any of these acts Examples of academic misconduct include but are not limited to cutting and pasting text from the Web without quotation marks or proper citation paraphrasing from the Web without crediting the source using notes or a programmable calculator in an exam when such use is not allowed using another person s ideas words or research and presenting it as one s own by not properly crediting the originator stealing examinations or course materials changing or creating data in a lab experiment altering a transcript signing another person s name to an attendance sheet hiding a book knowing that another student needs it to prepare for an assignment collaboration that is contrary to the stated rules of the course or tampering with a lab experiment or computer program of another student Additional information regarding academic misconduct Graduate School Policy Procedure Misconduct Academic Dean of Students Office Information for Students How to Avoid Academic Misconduct What Happens If I engage in Academic Misconduct What Should I do If I know a Classmate is Cheating Dean of Students Office Academic Misconduct Flowchart University of Wisconsin System Chapter UWS 14 Student Academic Disciplinary Procedures Non academic misconduct The university may

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/academics/graduate-programs/guidebook/conduct (2015-02-22)
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