Schedule of Required Courses and Electives

Some courses offered by the department are not available every semester. The following document details which courses will be offered each semester through Summer 2013.
Fall 2011-Summer 2013(pdf) (xls)

Accelerated Masters Degree

The Fast Track Master's Degree Program allows students to take on graduate course work while still an undergraduate, allowing you to finish a masters degree in less time than a traditional program.

This form is only appropriate for College of Engineering undergraduate honors students who are applying for the program; who have completed at least 95 credit hours toward their undergraduate degree; and who at the time of application have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4, based on more than 35 credits earned at Florida Tech.

Fast Track Information
Fast Track Application

Minor in Computer Science

A Minor degree in Computer Science requires 21 credits; 15 credits of required coursework plus 6 credits of electives. Please refer to the CS minor flowchart for more details.
CS Minor Flow Chart: (doc) (pdf)

Road to Graduation

These forms are the class requirements for the selected majors based upon your year of entry into the program. The order that classes are taken can be altered.

Computer ScienceSoftware Engineering
2015 - 2016 (doc) (pdf) 2015 - 2016 (doc) (pdf)
2014 - 2015 (doc) (pdf) 2014 - 2015 (doc) (pdf)
2013 - 2014 (doc) (pdf) 2013 - 2014 (doc) (pdf)
2012 - 2013 (doc) (pdf) 2012 - 2013 (doc) (pdf)
2011 - 2012 (doc) (pdf) 2011 - 2012 (doc) (pdf)
2010 - 2011 (doc) (pdf) 2010 - 2011 (doc) (pdf)
2009 - 2010 (doc) (pdf) 2009 - 2010 (doc) (pdf)
Restricted Science Electives

Below is a list of pre-approved courses that will satisfy the "Restricted Science Elective" requirement.

Course NumberCourse Title
BIO 1010 Biological Discovery 1
BIO 1020 Biological Discovery 2
BIO 1200 Intro Health Professions
BIO 1500 Intro to Aquaculture
CHM 1101 General Chemistry 1
CHM 1102 General Chemistry 2
OCN 1010 Oceanography
OCN 2407 Meteorology
PHY 1001 Physics 1
PHY 1999 Physical Concepts
PHY 2002 Physics 2
PHY 2003 Modern Physics
SPS 1010 Intro to Astronomy
SPS 2010 Observational Astronomy
SPS 3030 Orbital Mechanics
Road to Graduation

Computer Science Road to Graduation
Software Engineering Road to Graduation
(doc) information(pdf)

Electives

Courses that count as "Advanced Electives" for CS Majors: (pdf)
SWE Electives: (pdf)

Graduate Policy

Florida Tech maintains a listing of its graduate policies, available through the Office of Graduate Programs.
Graduate Policy

Students with TOEFL Hold

This is a list of the classes you may take if you have a TOEFL hold on your account.
Approved Courses for Students with TOEFL Hold (pdf)

Computer Science
Software Engineering
Information Assurance & Cybersecurity

If you enroll in CSE5501 then at the end of your internship you must submit a written report about your job and duties. Your employer must also submit an evaluation pertaining to your performance.
Final Report Guidelines
Employer Final Evaluation

Comprehensive Exam in Non-Thesis Option

The comprehensive exam is an alternative to writing a thesis if a masters student elects to. The comprehensive examination is offered about the tenth week of classes every Fall and Spring semester. Students must be in their last term as a full-time student and have a 3.0 GPA to register. If students have completed their course work, they do not need to be enrolled in classes to take the comprehensive exam.

Thesis in Thesis Option

The university publishes a checklist that you should follow when working towards completing your thesis. It specifies many of the deadlines and other requirements you must follow. They also publish a Thesis Manual & Style guide.

 

You may also wish to refer to the University's Graduate Policies.

Overview and Requirements
Ph.D. Students Organization

The Ph.D. Students Organization is a group for the Ph.D. students in the department. Here, you can find conferences and workshops of interest along with other helpful resources useful to our doctorate students.

Ph.D. Students Organization (PSO)

Comprehensive Exam

Dissertation

The university publishes a checklist that you should follow when working towards completing your dissertation. It specifies many of the deadlines and other requirements you must follow. They also publish a Thesis Manual & Style guide.

 

You may also wish to refer to the University's Graduate Policies.

Overview and RequirementsDoctoral Program Checklist (pdf)
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