Computer Science Fellows (CSF)
Exit survey taken at the end of two semesters of junior readings and research to summarize a student's independent readings and research, and to ascertain readiness for the senior thesis.
A one-credit-hour course that is designed to facilitate the beginning phase of the CS Fellows thesis project. The course is conducted under the direction of the director of the CS Fellows program and a faculty research advisor from the student's department, concentration area, or area of research.
Continuation of CSF 3101. Continued exploration in the Fellow's research field through advanced readings and/or laboratory or field-work procedures, research, writing, and conversations with professors. Includes submission of a formal thesis proposal.
Required during the final undergraduate semester for all Computer Science Fellows. Ensures that all CS Fellows requirements have been satisfied.
Thesis with final deliverables that include a complete research paper, any client-specific documentation, and a functional prototype.
Fellows will work with their Research Advisor to determine the scope of work required for their research/thesis. Culmination of this course is the submission of the outline, first chapter, and bibliography to the Research Advisor and CS Fellows Director.