Pre-Approved Non-CS Courses

The following courses have been pre-approved to count toward the MS, MS+PhD, and PhD requirements, subject to any overall restrictions.

Biostatistics

BIOSTAT 690JQ- Biostatistics Methods 3: Modern Applied

BIOSTAT 690NR- Biostatistics Methods 2: Applied Linear

BIOSTAT 690T- Applied Statistical Genetics  

BIOSTAT 740- Mixed Models and Analysis of Longitudinal Data  

BIOSTAT 748- Applied Survival Analysis  

BIOSTAT 749- Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials  

Economics

ECON 701- Microeconomic Theory

Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE 565- Digital Signal Processing

ECE 603- Probability and Random Processes

ECE 606- Electromagnetic Field Theory

ECE 608- Signal Theory

ECE 697A- Advanced Computer Networks and Wireless Systems

ECE 697CS- Introduction to Compressive Sensing

ECE 697SN- Online Social Networks

ECE 735- Stochastic Control Dynamic Systems

ECE 745- Advanced Communication Theory

ECE 746- Statistical Signal Processing

Information Security

CICS 597- Introduction to Computer Security (cannot be used if COMPSCI 597N has been taken)

INFOSEC 690F- Fraud Detection

INFOSEC 690L- Internet Law & Policy

INFOSEC 690R- Information Risk Management 

INFOSEC 690S- System Defense and Test

Linguistics

LINGUIST 610- Semantics and Generative Grammar

Mathematics & Statistics

MATH 532- Topics in Ordinary Differential Equations

MATH 545- Linear Algebra for Applied Mathematics

MATH 611- Algebra I

MATH 612- Algebra II

MATH 623- Real Analysis I

MATH 624- Real Analysis II

MATH 651- Numerical Analysis I

MATH 652- Numerical Solution of PDE's

STAT 501- Methods of Applied Statistics

STAT 511- Multivariate Statistical Methods

STAT 525- Regression Analysis

STAT 526- Design of Experiments

STAT 605- Probability Theory

STAT 607- Mathematical Statistics I

STAT 608- Mathematical Statistics II

STAT 708- Applied Stochastic Models and Methods

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

MIE 620- Linear Programming

MIE 684- Stochastic Processes in Industrial Engineering I

MIE 724- Nonlinear & Dynamic Programming

Please note that the following courses are unlikely to be approved for use toward degree requirements: STAT 506, 515, 516 & MNGMNT 821 & 822.