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timelines for their degree completion.Students may choose to study on a full time or part-time basis to earn their diploma.This willoccasionally be dictated by course offering and demands of the student's primary degreerequirements.The diploma program is structured in such a way that a student would be able to count coursescompleted as part of their graduate degree towards the requirements for the diploma program.Depending on the student's home faculty and graduate degree being sought there will be adifferent number of courses required above and beyond their degree requirements. Below is atable of the potential number of additional courses required for diploma completion. Theinformation below is based on the current program requirements.For example, a student in the diploma program could take CS 658 and CS 768. Based on thecalendar entry for MMath in Computer Science (link below) the student would satisfy two CScourses from the table of CS approved courses (CS 658 and CS 768). The student would stillhave to fulfill the CS 800 level course requirement and 1 other from the CS approved list (abovethe 600 level) along with the milestone and BE 600 and BE 606 requirements for the diploma.251
13Table V-a: Potential Additional Course (double click to access excel workbook)Program(program name contains link to Graduate Calendarentry. Comment in cell includes degree requirments anddiploma courses in bold used to satisfy requierments)Number ofCoursesrequired forDegreePotential numberof courses thatcould be usedtowards Diploma(maximum 2)Additionalcoursesrequired forDegreeAdditionalcourses requiredfor Diploma(minimum 2)MMath Computer Science4222MMath Computer Science (QI)5232PhD Computer Science (entry from Masters)4222PhD Computer Science (QI) (entry from QI Masters)6222MMath Combinatorics & Optimization4202MMath Combinatorics & Optimization (QI)4212PhD Combinatorics & Optimization8232PhD Combinatorics & Optimization (QI)8242MMath Pure Math4133PhD Pure Math4133MASc Electrical and Computer Engineering5232MASc Electrical and Computer Engineering5054MASc Electrical and Computer Engineering (QI)5143PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering (entry from4212PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering (Nanotechonology)(entry from Masters)4044PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering (QI) (entry from a4222MSc Physics41+<3~2MSc Physics (Nanotechnology)4133MSc Physics (QI)41+<3~2PhD Physics (entry from Masters)41+<3~2PhD Physics (Nanotechnology) (entry from non-NANO Masters)4044PhD Physics (QI) (entry from QI Masters)4222Computer ScienceCombinatorics and OptimizationPure MathElectrical and Computer EngineeringPhysics252
14The Offering schedule for the Quantum-Safe Cryptography courses delivered at UW is below.

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