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Understand, use and design the technology of today and tomorrow. You’ll develop the mind behind the machine through Northwestern’s liberal arts curriculum, which focuses on the right side of your brain as well as the left. And as you explore changing technology issues, you’ll discover your faith and values are a solid foundation for your work as a computer scientist.

Academic programs

Northwestern’s computer science program includes majors in computer science and software engineering, a minor in computer programming, and a career concentration in computer science. A Northwestern computer science education provides the knowledge, skills, experience, critical-thinking abilities and values necessary for a transformative career in analytics, database management, game design, network administration, programming, software engineering, web development, research or more.  Explore programs


Faculty

Northwestern’s computer science faculty is an elite group of practitioners who offer students the best in computer science theory and practice.  Explore faculty


Programmed for success

Northwestern's college computer programming teams were among the top 100 in the world in 2009 and 2010, competing in IBM's annual "Battle of the Brains" alongside teams from MIT, Stanford, Oxford and the University of Moscow. And computer science graduates all get jobs, often high-paying and at high-profile companies. Of course, their excellent career preparation is only half the program. They’ve also discovered the place of faith in the digital age.  Meet a graduate

Sours: https://www.nwciowa.edu/computer-science

125 Years of Graduate Degrees: 1896-2021THE GRADUATE SCHOOL

Degree Requirements

The following requirements are in addition to, or further elaborate upon, those requirements outlined in The Graduate School Policy Guide.

Master's

Total Units Required: 12

Prerequisites: Prior to their first quarter of study, MS students in Computer Science must take a preliminary exam covering topics in our undergraduate CS core sequence (COMP_SCI 111-0, COMP_SCI 211-0, COMP_SCI 212-0, COMP_SCI 213-0, COMP_SCI 214-0). The preliminary exam is offered only once per year in the week before New Graduate Student Fall Registration begins (this exam is not available to BS/MS students, or to transfers from another degree program).

Each student pursuing an MS degree in the Computer Science Department must declare their intention on the Graduate Student Tracking System (GSTS) to follow one of these three plans:

  a) Thesis MS Degree, or

  b) Project MS Degree, or

  c) Course MS Degree.

The three options are summarized below. The student’s declaration is subject to approval by their adviser. We recommend that this declaration be made during the second (winter) quarter, but we require that it be made no later than May 1st of the third (spring) academic quarter.

Plan A: Thesis MS Degree

Total Units Required: 12

In this plan, a student declares their intent to earn the MS degree by completing a formal thesis that reports substantial original research results. A maximum of three units of COMP_SCI 590-0 research credit can be counted toward the 12-unit requirement for the Thesis MS degree. Successful completion of this degree includes all coursework, formation of, and reporting by, an MS Examination Committee, and written approval of the student's completed thesis by that committee.

Plan B: Project MS Degree

Total Units Required: 12

In this plan, a student declares their intent to earn the MS degree by completing a project and writing a project report that contains results based on existing theory and techniques, or results of a significant experimental verification. A maximum of two units of COMP_SCI 590-0 research credit can be counted toward the 12-unit requirement for the MS Project degree. Successful completion of this degree includes all coursework, formation of, and reporting by, an MS Examination Committee, and written approval of the student's completed project report by that committee.

Plan C: Courses-only MS Degree

Total Units Required: 12

In this plan, the student must satisfactorily complete 12-courses approved by the student’s adviser. The choice of courses must represent a coherent program of study, and must prepare the student for advanced work in a specific field selected in coordination with the adviser. 

Sours: https://www.tgs.northwestern.edu/admission/academic-programs/explore-programs/computer-science.html
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Weinberg College
of Arts & Sciences

Computer Science Major

Download the worksheets below to track your progress in your major and college requirements.

Worksheets for multiple years are listed, and you are free to use any from your years as an undergraduate. (Computing Information Systems Major before 2009).

Why are multiple years listed?

A major may have somewhat different requirements when you first consider it than when you graduate. Weinberg College students can follow the requirements in any version of the undergraduate catalog that was in effect while they were undergraduates at Northwestern. (There can be limits to this if you take a long break from your studies.)

For example, students who graduated in 2013 could choose to follow the requirements in the 2012-2013 catalog, which was published during their senior year, or the requirements in the 2009-2010 catalog, which was the newest one when most of them were freshmen.

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Sours: https://weinberg.northwestern.edu/undergraduate/major-minor/major-minor-worksheets/computer-science-major.html

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We are working to actively discover and support relationships between computer science and diverse disciplines across the University. In doing so, we can drive transformational connections and potentially spark entirely new fields of study.


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Situated along the lake, 12 miles north of downtown Chicago, Northwestern’s unique location offers unsurpassed access to research partnerships and networking opportunities at neighboring tech organizations.


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Sours: https://www.mccormick.northwestern.edu/computer-science/

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