This page provides links to other items that are useful in understanding and managing CS Department operations
Information Assurance Plan
Faculty, staff, and students may use the departmental computers and networks to promote scholarship and learning. Ethical standards apply even when material is left unprotected. Users are responsible for understanding and respecting the security requirements of the systems they use and for their own behavior. By clicking on the following link you may view the full text of the CS Department Information Assurance Security Plan and Policy.
Computer Science Advisory Board
In 2006 lthe the Computer Science Department re-established its advisory board to provide assistance in defining and attaining the department's goals and strategic plans. Board members provide independent guidance and recommendations to help maintain high caliber undergraduate and graduate educational programs. For more information, visit the CS Advisory Board web page.
Computer Science Assistance Center (CSAC)
The department operates the Computer Science Assistance Center during the Fall and Spring semesters. The CSAC is staff by teaching assistants who can provide consultation for most lower-division CS courses. The consultant's schedule will be available here when the CSAC resumes operation.
CS Department Bylaws
Bylaws of the Computer Science Department define the membership and structure of the department, the manner in which we conduct official departmental business, high level expectations for tenure and promotion, and how we select our Department Chair. The full text of the CS Department Bylaws is available from the following location:
CS Department Bylaws (Approved 4/13/2005)
CS Department Policies and Procedures
Policies and procedures document specific expectations and the way in which the department conducts certain aspects of its operations.
Use of Computers & Related Equipment (Approved 2/10/1994)
Instructor Responsibilities (Approved 3/9/2007)
Special Topics Course Request (Approved 11/7/2005)
Course Outcomes (Approved 2/16/2007)
PhD Residency Requirement(Approved 2/27/2004)
PhD Teaching Requirement (Approved 2/27/2004)
PhD Progress Reporting (Approved 3/23/2005)
CS Department Guidelines
Guidelines document the preferred way the department conducts specific elements of its business.
Faculty Mentoring Guideline
Guideline for Submitting Defense Information
BSCS Curriculum Checksheet
The following links provide access to curriculum checksheets that may help you track your progress towards a BSCS degree. Select the sheet that corresponds to curriculum that meets your needs.
2009 BSCS Check Sheet
2008 BSCS Check Sheet
2007 BSCS Check Sheet
2006 BSCS Check Sheet
2005 BSCS Check Sheet
2004 BSCS Check Sheet
2003 BSCS Check Sheet
2002 BSCS Check Sheet