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Non-CS and non-degree students - access to CS courses

Fall 2018

Due to increasing enrollment in CS undergraduate and graduate programs, availability of courses designed for CS majors is limited.

See list of Fall 2018 courses open to all students that meet the prerequisites


CS 18000 – off-peak only

Open to all students during spring and summer sessions, following CS major registration. Fall is peak session and therefore limited to CS majors. Do NOT submit an override request, it will not be reviewed.  

CS 25000 and CS 25100:

Fall is peak session and therefore limited to CS majors. Do NOT submit an override request, it will not be considered.

CS 18200, CS 24000 and CS 25200:

Restrictions will be lifted on or before August 17, 2018.  Non-majors who meet the prerequisites may register for available space.

CS Undergraduate Courses (300 and 400 level)

Non-majors who meet the prerequisites may submit an override request for 300 and 400 level courses here.  Requests will be reviewed and students notified via email whether space is available by May 11, 2018.  Requests received after this date will be reviewed on August 6, 2018.

Exploratory Studies students should see their advisor for guidance.

CS Graduate Courses

Students who are neither CS majors nor CS minors who meet prerequisites may submit a request for access to CS graduate courses here.  Requests will be reviewed and students notified via email whether space is available by May 11, 2018.  Requests received after this date will be reviewed on August 6, 2018.

Due to increasing enrollment in both the CS undergraduate and graduate programs, availability of courses designed for CS majors is limited.


For prerequisites/corequisites errors only:

If you cannot register for a CS course because Banner says that you do not have some REQUISITE (prerequisite, corequisite), ask your academic advisor, whom we hereby authorize to enter the requisite override if appropriate. Your advisor may refer you to the instructor if he or she does not have a sufficient basis for granting the override.

The following Fall 2018 courses are open to all students that meet the prerequisites:

Undergraduate

CS 11000 – Introduction to Computers
CS 15800 – C Programming
CS 15900 – Prog Appl For Enginrs
CS 17700 – Progrmng With MM Objs
CS 23500 – Intro Organizatnl Comp
CS 45600 – Programming Languages

Graduate

CS 51400 – Numerical Analysis
CS 51500 – Numerical Linear Alg
CS 53500 – Interact Computer Graphics
CS 57900 – Bioinformatics Algorithms
CS 59000AI - Artificial Intelligence
CS 59000AMS - AI Meets Sustainability
CS 59000CSC - Crowdsourcng & Social Computng
CS 59000EAC - Economics And Computation
CS 59000L - Computing For Life Sciences
CS 59000MCA - Mobile Comp And Appl
CS 59000PAC - Practical And Applied Crypto
CS 59000RA - Randomized Algorithms
CS 59100SE – Security Seminar

If these courses are full, submit a course access request here

Prerequisites/Corequisites

If you cannot register for a CS course because Banner says that you do not have some REQUISITE (prerequisite, corequisite), ask your academic advisor, whom we hereby authorize to enter the requisite override if appropriate. Your advisor may refer you to the instructor if he or she does not have a sufficient basis for granting the override.

Program Error

If you cannot register for a CS course because Banner gives you a PROGRAM ERROR, refer to the information above to determine when/whether your access may be possible. You may also refer to the general CS course access policy.

 


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Last Updated: Mar 9, 2018 9:41 AM

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