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Department Highlights

  • Individual attention from faculty who care about students’ success
  • Courses addressing leading-edge topics and providing hands-on experiences
  • Opportunities to work as research assistants and teaching assistants
  • Reasonable tuition and living costs
  • A beautiful campus and wonderful community, away from the congestion of big cities

Learn more about our department's research areas

M.S. in Data Science (Starting in Fall 2019)

Western Regional Graduate Programs (WRGP)

Required Course Credits: 24 credits Elective Course Credits: 6 or 7 credits
CS5800: Introduction to Database Systems CS6250: Cooperative Work Experiences
CS6800: Advanced Database Systems CS6600: Advanced Intelligent Systems
CS5665: Introduction to Data Science CS6680: Computer Vision
CS6665: Data Mining CS6890: Special Topics in Data Science
CS6675: Advanced Data Science and Mining STAT5810: Introduction to Statistical Computing
CS5680/CS6830: Data Science Incubator STAT6550: Statistical Computing
CS6970: Thesis and Research STAT6650: Statistical Learning

Sample Theses/Dissertations

M.S Theses:

  • Word Recognition in Nutrition Labels with Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Modeling De Novo Granulation of Anaerobic Sludge
  • Translating Temporal SQL to Nested SQL
  • Real-Time Vision-Based Lane Detection with 1D HAAR Wavelet Transform on Raspberry Pi
  • Accelerometer-Based Human Activity Classification Using Decision Tree

Ph.D. Dissertations:

  • Estimating Accuracy of Personal Identifiable Information in Integrated Data Systems
  • Geometric Facility Locations Problems on Uncertain Data
  • Vision Based Extraction of Nutrition Information from Skewed Nutrition Labels
  • Computational Models of Intracellular and Intercellular Processing in Developmental Biology
  • Face Recognition Under Varying Illuminations