Course Descriptions CSCI 6905   Special Graduate Topics in Computer Science
CREDIT HOURS: 3
See CSCI 6903.

CSCI 6906   Special Graduate Topics in Computer Science
CREDIT HOURS: 3
See CSCI 6903.

CSCI 6907   Special Graduate Topics in Computer Science
CREDIT HOURS: 3
See CSCI 6903.

CSCI 6908   Special Graduate Topics in Computer Science
CREDIT HOURS: 3


CSCI 6999   Research Seminar in Computer Science
CREDIT HOURS: 0
A research seminar course, to introduce Computer Science graduate students to thesis-based programs to contemporary research topics and projects, through regular attendance of the Faculty of Computer Science Research Seminar Series. Speakers include both Dalhousie Computer Science researchers and visiting speakers from other institutions.
PREREQUISITES: Admission to a thesis-based graduate program in the faculty of Computer Science.

CSCI 7001   Research Project in Computer Science
CREDIT HOURS: 6
The course provides the students in the Master of Applied Computer Science program with an opportunity to conduct a research project under the supervision of a faculty member. Regular meetings between the student and the supervising faculty will be held. A project report and open presentation are required.
NOTES: Credit can only be given for this course if completed in consecutive terms and partial credit cannot be given for a single term.
FORMAT COMMENTS: Students are expected to register in this course each term, receiving a grade of IP until all course requirements are completed.
PREREQUISITES: CSCI 5100.03 and CSCI 5408.03 and CSCI 5308.03

CSCI 7900   Directed Doctoral Research Project
CREDIT HOURS: 6
This course provides doctoral students with an opportunity to conduct a research project under the supervision of a faculty member leading to the research aptitude examination. Regular meetings between the student and the supervising faculty will be held. A project report and oral defense to a committee are required.
NOTES: Credit can only be given for this course if the course is completed in consecutive terms and partial credit cannot be given for a single term.
FORMAT COMMENTS: Students are expected to register in this course each term, receiving a grade of IP until all course requirements are completed.

CSCI 9000   Master's Thesis
CREDIT HOURS: 0


CSCI 9100   Industrial Internship
CREDIT HOURS: 3

FORMAT: Other (explain in comments)
FORMAT COMMENTS: An industrial internship
PREREQUISITES: CSCI 5100, CSCI 5408, CSCI 5708, CSCI 9890

CSCI 9101   Industrial Internship 1
CREDIT HOURS: 3

NOTES: This course is intended for students enrolled in the TRIBE CREATE program.
RESTRICTIONS: Graduate level students only.

CSCI 9102   Industrial Internship 2
CREDIT HOURS: 3

NOTES: This course is intended for students enrolled in the TRIBE CREATE program.
RESTRICTIONS: Restricted to students enrolled in a graduate program.

CSCI 9200   Entrepreneurial Internship
CREDIT HOURS: 3

FORMAT: Other (explain in comments)
FORMAT COMMENTS: An internship
PREREQUISITES: CSCI 5100, CSCI 5408, CSCI 5708, BUSI 5902, BUSI 6002

CSCI 9301   Research Project 1
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Students carry out research and related activities under the supervision of a faculty member. Work done in this course is intended to prepare and contribute to the research project that is part of the requirements of the Master of Applied Computer Science (MACS) program.
PREREQUISITES: CSCI 5100.03, CSCI 5408.03, and CSCI 5708.03

CSCI 9302   Research Project 2
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Students carry out research and related activities under the supervision of a faculty member. Work done in this course is intended to prepare and contribute to the research project that is part of the requirements of the Master of Applied Computer Science (MACS) program.
COREQUISITES: CSCI 9301.03
PREREQUISITES: CSCI 5100.03, CSCI 5408.03, and CSCI 5708.03

CSCI 9530   Doctoral Thesis
CREDIT HOURS: 0


CSCI 9890   Internship Preparation
CREDIT HOURS: 0
This course is designed to provide graduate students with the tools required to find an internship and be successful, whilst developing vital professional competencies. Aspects of career planning and development, self-assessment, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, and job search techniques will be introduced. Students will also be provided with an overview of all relevant co-op program policies and procedures. This course should be completed two terms prior to the first work term. The grade will be Pass/Fail.