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University of Houston-Clear Lake Masters Computer Science M.S. Addendum The plan in Computer Science leads to the master of science (M.S.) degree. This plan is designed to prepare students to hold key technical positions in the development of computer-based solutions to complex systems problems. Students should consult with their faculty adviser to determine if they have sufficient background to satisfy a specific course prerequisite. Foundation and prerequisite courses should be completed before enrolling in any graduate course. Students expecting credit for foundation courses completed at international institutions must submit course descriptions to the waiver committee in their first semester of enrollment. This will allow proper evaluation and appropriate credit. Students may select from the thesis option or the extended course work option. The thesis option requires 33 credit hours of graduate work. The extended course work option requires 36 credit hours. Requirements Computer Science Basic Preparation Students seeking admission into the degree plan in Computer Science must have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a closely related area and extensive background in computer science. It is expected that the minimum Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score required for acceptance into the plan be
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