Purdue University - Department of Computer Science - Graduate Curricular Practical Training

Graduate Curricular Practical Training

Instructions for international CS Graduate students

  • Select How to Apply for CPT and follow the directions.
    • In Step 3: Departmental approval is granted by William J. Gorman (LWSN 1198, wjg@purdue.edu).
    • In Step 5:
      • CS graduate students may use CS 69800 if they have an approved thesis-option MS plan of study and the major professor expects the proposed CPT work to contribute to the thesis.
      • CS graduate students may use CS 69900 if they are in the PhD program and if the major professor expects the proposed CPT work to contribute to the dissertation.
      • CS graduate students that do not use CS 69800 or CS 69900 should register for CS59799 with a Form 23. 
      • For CS59799: Credit Hours: 0.00.
        • Internship experience to complement the student's academic coursework and help prepare the student for employment in computer science. The student must present a letter from the proposed employer describing to a reasonable extent the work to be undertaken and find a member of the Computer Science Graduate Faculty to be the instructor. The student must have completed at least one semester as a computer science graduate student at Purdue, West Lafayette. May not be taken in successive semesters. Permission of instructor required. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer. 
          0.000 Credit hours 


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