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All funded Ph.D. and M.S. students in the Computer Science graduate program with tuition waivers must enroll for at least 20 hours in the fall, 20 hours in the spring, and a total of 20 hours maymester and summer combined.

CSC 8981 & 8982 are not classroom taught courses, but research/lab courses that are available to help you meet the 20 credit hour requirement.

Late registration ends by 5 pm on August 30th, 2019

Ph.D. students can register for CSC 8981, 8982, 8950, 9999(only for qualified students) under your research advisor to make up the 20 credit hours.

M.S. students can register for CSC 8981 and/or 8982 under your research advisor or Dr. Yingshu Li
to make up the 20 credit hours.

Thank you,

Graduate Team