Supervisory Assignments: Generally students are admitted to a specific research area and supervisor.
Sometimes, students are assigned an interim advisor, and in this case, the student must find a permanent supervisor within six months of the program start.
Thesis Requirement: Students are required to prepare a thesis and successfully defend it in an open oral defense.
Time Limit: Expected Time: Two years full-time, three years part-time Maximum Time: Four years, either part or full-time.
In addition to the Faculty of Graduate Studies requirements, the Department requires: Course Requirements: CPSC 699 plus four half-course equivalents that satisfy: We recommend that students who are considering continuing on to a Ph D program or entering certain career paths, select courses that demonstrate some breadth across Computer Science.
Seminar Requirement: Students are required to give a department seminar presentation on a topic related to their graduate research.
Time Limit: Expected Time: Two years full-time, three years part-time Maximum Time: Four years, either part or full-time Supervisory Assignments: Generally students are admitted to a specific research area and supervisor.
Research Proposal Requirements: Research proposal requirements are determined by your supervisor.
The deadlines are spread throughout the semester based on the first letter of your last/family name. To submit your Faculty Advisor approved MS Plan of Study, schedule an appointment online with the Masters Program Coordinator for a check-in meeting during the assigned time frame or your due date.
The Non-Thesis Project Path requires at least 30 graduate credits with an average grade point average of 3.0 or better andsatisfactory evaluation by a faculty committee of a non-thesis project submitted in the semester of graduation.