Students design and conduct research or a project in an area of Computer Science. Students will work closely with a faculty advisor and/or external partner according to the traditional mentor-student graduate model to produce a publication-worthy document that chronicles their research or project work and present it to their faculty and peers.
- To gain deeper knowledge in a specific area of Computer Science.
- To create, analyze and evaluate potential solutions to an open problem.
- To clearly present and discuss conclusions through a Master’s Thesis.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Plan and use appropriate methods to conduct research in Computer Science.
- Find suitable source of information and acknowledge them in a research project.
- Analyze various aspects of a topic, review, and synthesize knowledge.
- Clearly prepare and present conclusions in a publication-worthy document.
- Apply of fundamental ethical principles in a research project.
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