Policies and Forms
The Department of Computer Science administers two open-access labs and a number of tutor rooms. Please check the locations, times and policies on the respective links located to the right.
Also, we have provided a link for information about admissions and financial aid.
Code of Conduct for Computer Science Classes
Read this important message from our Department Head.
Graduate & PhD Student Forms
- Registration Options Form (Add or Drop Form)
- Master's Proposal Approval Form
- Committee Form for Plan A and B and PHD Students
- Committee Form for Plan C - See Genie Hanson
- Program of Study (MS and PhD)
- Change Program of Study (MS and PhD)
- Appointment for Examination Plan A, B, and PhD
- Application for Candidacy
- Record of Examination
- Publication Guide
- Copyright Form
- Authorship Form
- Thesis/Dissertation Format and Style Guide
- Electronic Thesis/Dissertation Form
- Theses/Dissertation Embargo Form
For International Graduate Students doing CPT, must submit the two forms below:
Policies concerning the open access labs in the Department of Computer Science.
Links concerning safety rules in labs.
Policies concerning the free tutors available for registered students of Computer Science courses.
The Department of Computer Science policy on cheating.
Information about policies pertaining to co-op courses (CS2250, CS4250 and CS6250).
Information about the Curricular Practical Training program.
Computer Science Co-operative Education Registration
- This form must be filled out completely and the submitted form will be forwarded to Dr. Flann (internship director) and Myra Brown (undergraduate advisor) for processing. The salary information is required on a Federal report we must file.
- All students who take this class must prepare a poster that provides an overview of their experience gained during the internship. A PDF schema for the poster can be downloaded from here. For examples of completed posters, see the posters in the lobbies throughout the 4th floor of Old Main.
- If it is impossible to contact the work supervisor by the last day of the final exam week, a grade of F will be submitted.
- Generally, a student may register for one credit for each five hours a week of work that provides educational growth.
- Grades will be strongly influenced both by accomplishments and by the supervisor’s evaluation of skills and work habits.
- If you have any questions concerning the suitability of your planned internship email Dr. Flann.
- If you need advising help in integrating the internship into your program email Myra Cook Brown.
Undergraduate Research / Independent Study / Reading & Reports
- This form MUST be completed before registration will be allowed. Students not completing the form prior to registration will be dropped from the registration roster.
- All work MUST be completed by the end of the semester. Incomplete grades will only be given after demonstrating needs according to University policy.
- Generally, Undergraduate/Graduate Research involves study and mastery of a body of advanced material, which is NOT offered in any of our current courses.
- Your report should be adequate to show your mastery of the material studied. This class can only be taken for three credits at a time. MS students and PhD students with a prior MS are only allowed to include three credits on their POS. PhD students without an MS are only allowed to take six credits.