Graduate Studies in Computer Science
Director of Graduate Education: Prof. Samik Basu
Graduate Program Coordinator:
Policies, Guidelines and Forms
|CS Department Graduate Handbook||
All students must read this document to understand the graduate program requirements in Computer Science.
|ISU Graduate Student Handbook||ISU Graduate Student Handbook||
All students must read this document to understand the graduate program requirements at Iowa State University.
Computer Science Courses
|Graduate courses, in particular 600-level courses, may not be offered following the guidelines presented in the course description. For information about the courses offered in the current and following semester use Schedule of classes page. This will include schedule of newly developed experimental courses that are not present in the university catalog. For further information about the courses contact the faculty instructor for the course.|
|Switching from MS to PhD||Guidelines|
|Forms (MS/PhD, Prelims, etc.)||ISU Graduate College Forms||(Note: The same form is used to obtain approval for switching from MS to PhD, to obtain approval for switching from PhD to MS and to obtain approval for seeking MS on the way to PhD)|
|Academic Calendar||Semester Calendars||All students are responsible for following the deadlines present in the academic calendar.|
|For Teaching Assistants||Students interested in Teaching Assistant position are required to attain the necessary OECT level. All teaching assistants must read the handbook for teaching assistants. Stipends during the F16 and S17 semesters for students on a TA or an RA is for 20 hours $2,100 and for 10 hours $1,050.|