Some of CSC courses are offered at the graduate level. Such courses involve an additional graduate level project, beyond their 400-level counterparts. Such courses may be accepted for transfer by graduate schools, at their discretion. Typical conditions are that the grade of B (3.00) or better has been received, and the 500-level course has not been used to satisfy requirements for another degree.
|CSC 522 Theory of Computation|
|CSC 533 Operating Systems|
|CSC 541 Database Management Systems|
|CSC 545 Knowledge Representation and Inference|
- Graduate courses are open only to SUNY Plattsburgh graduate students, or to undergraduates who are within 15 credits of graduation.
- Students can receive credit for a graduate computer science course only if they have not received credit for its undergraduate 400-level counterpart.
- Career Development Center
- Graduate studies at SUNY
- Search for a graduate program at Peterson’s web site
Questions, Comments, Suggestions?
For more information about computer science and information technology programs at SUNY Plattsburgh please contact
Dr. Jan Plaza, Chair
Office: Au Sable Hall, Room 307
Phone: (518) 564-2788
Fax: (518) 564-2768