Undergraduate

Permits: Computer Science & Computer Engineering

Programming Concepts — COP 2510

Registration in Programming Concepts — COP 2510 is restricted to Pre-Computer Science and Pre-Computer Engineering majors. Pre-Computer Science and Pre-Computer Engineering majors may speak with an advisor in Engineering Student Services for registration assistance. Non-majors may inquire about registration in this course by visiting Computer Science and Engineering Department office in ENB 342A. Overrides for non-majors may be considered during the add-drop period for the term in which registration is desired but only if space is available in the course and prerequisites have been met.

Program Design — COP 3514

A permit is required to register for Program Design — COP 3514. Students declared as Pre-Computer Science, Pre-Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Computer Engineering and who have completed the appropriate prerequisites may request a registration permit. Registration requests are made via a permit form. Submission of a permit request does not guarantee that you will receive a space in the course. Permits are awarded based on availability of space, progress and performance in the courses required for admission into the CS and CpE programs (GPA for Calculus I and II, Physics I and II, and Composition I and II). Permits are not granted to students whose grades are unlikely to meet the Department admission requirements and/or who have not completed up to at least Calculus 2 and Physics 1.

Computer Organization — CDA 3103

A permit is required to register for Computer Organization — CDA 3103. Students declared as Pre-Computer Science, Pre-Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Computer Engineering and who have completed the appropriate prerequisites may request a registration permit. Registration requests are made via a permit form. Submission of a permit request does not guarantee that you will receive a space in the course. Permits are awarded to students who have met the Departmental entrance requirements and attained the minimum GPA in the six (6) prerequisites courses. Permits are not granted to students whose grades are unlikely to meet the Department admission requirements and/or who have not completed the prerequisites.

NOTE: Permit requests for COP 3514 and CDA 3103 are processed after grades for the current term have posted. Permit requests are due prior to this date. Any requests for a COP 3514 permit submitted after this date MUST be directed to Dr. Hendrix . Any requests for a CDA 3103 permit submitted after this date MUST be directed to a CSE advisor in ENB 342A. Late permit requests may not be granted if the course is filled.

About the Permit Process:

Permit requests for space in COP 3514 and CDA 3103 are considered in order of the priority listed below.

  1. Students admitted prior to the posting of grades for the current term
  2. Pre-majors who have completed the prerequisites and attained the minimum admission GPA. This group is sorted from the highest prerequisite GPA to the minimum with permits issued based on availability of space.
  3. Department admits needing to repeat either COP 3514 and/or CDA 3103
  4. Additional permits (COP 3514 only) may be considered for students on track for Deparment admission based on prerequisite GPA and completion of the necessary prerequisites assuming space is available.

Students with a prerequisite GPA below the minimum or lacking a minimum grade in one of the prerequisites are not considered for space. Permits will not be issued beyond the number of seats available for the course.

PERMIT REQUEST FORM (COP 3514 and/or CDA 3103)
Please note that the permit request page is only active during registration periods.

Ethical Issues and Professional Conduct — CIS 4250

Registration in this required course is prioritized to graduating Computer Science and Computer Engineering majors. Submission of a graduation checklist is required as a prerequisite for the permit. Your graduation checklist must be submitted in a timely manner and reviewed before any permits will be issued. Students are responsible for submitting the required checklist in accordance with departmental deadlines.