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CS 697R

Course Offerings

Section # Semester Instructor Website Description
1 Fall 2017 Christophe Giraud-Carrier Graduate Special Projects
Section # Semester Instructor Website Description
1 Winter 2018 Christophe Giraud-Carrier
1 Fall 2017 Christophe Giraud-Carrier Graduate Special Projects
1 Spring-Summer 2017 Christophe Giraud-Carrier Graduate Special Projects
1 Spring-Summer 2017 Christophe Giraud-Carrier Graduate Special Projects
1 Winter 2017 Christophe Giraud-Carrier https://cs.byu.edu/None
1 Fall 2016 Christophe Giraud-Carrier
1 Winter 2016 Quinn Snell
1 Fall 2015 Quinn Snell
1 Spring-Summer 2015 Quinn Snell
2 Spring-Summer 2015 Quinn Snell
3 Spring-Summer 2015 Brent Adams
1 Winter 2015 Quinn Snell
1 Fall 2014 Quinn Snell

Short Summary: 

Graduate Special Projects

Credits: 

3

CS 697R is a course for graduate students to conduct an independent project under the direction of a faculty mentor. Normally, a one semester 697R project carries 3 hours of credit, but projects with 1 or 2 credit hours may also be approved. Approximately 50 hours of work per credit hour is expected.

The following scenarios are NOT acceptable 697R projects:

  1. Projects that involve work done as part of or related to a job for which the student is paid (except RA work)
  2. Projects for graduate credit that involve work done as part of or in preparation for a thesis or dissertation

Approval to take CS 697R must be obtained in advance from the graduate coordinator.  An approval form containing instructions is available from the Graduate Program Manager. 

 

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