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Advising Workshop for New Faculty . CSE Department Ohio State University. Three Undergrad Programs. BS-CSE in the College of Engineering BS-CIS in the College of Arts & Sciences BA-CIS in the College of Arts & Sciences

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Advising Workshop for New Faculty

CSE Department

Ohio State University


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Three Undergrad Programs

  • BS-CSE in the College of Engineering

  • BS-CIS in the College of Arts & Sciences

  • BA-CIS in the College of Arts & Sciences

    Each faculty member advises about 20-25 students from one of these programs.


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What Are The Differences?

  • BS CSE = CS core + technical electives

    + more engineering

  • BS CIS = CS core + technical electives

    + more science & other

    electives (foreign language)

  • BA CIS = smaller CS core + fewer

    technical electives

    + related area


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What Is In The CSE/CIS Core?

  • CSE 221, 222, 321;

  • CSE 360, 459.xx, 560;

  • CSE 625, 655, 660, 670, 675, 680;

  • CSE 601;

  • Capstone design course: One of: 682, 731, 758, 762, 772, 786.


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Technical Elective Areas

  • BS CSE 27 hours

    • Software Systems

    • Hardware-Software

    • Information Systems

    • Information Assurance

    • Individualized Option

  • BS CIS 23-27 hours

    • Software Systems

    • Advanced Studies

    • Information Systems

    • Information Assurance

    • Individualized Option


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The Process (as seen by a student)

  • Enter OSU as a pre-major (pre-CSE/pre-CIS)

  • Complete: CSE 221, 222; Math 151, 152; English 110; Phys 131; and Phys 132/Chem 121; (BS-CSE) GPA of 2.0 or above with at least 25 OSU cr hrsThen apply for admission to major.

  • As pre-major: Advised by CSE Advising Office (& college adv.)


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The Process (As seen by a student) (contd.)

  • As major: Complete all CSE core courses; Choose tech elec. option & complete courses suitable for the option; Work with CSE Adv. Office for academic planning, referrals, to resolve problems with scheduling, etc. Consult with advisor as necessary on elective courses, etc.

  • Apply for graduation at appropriate point.


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Faculty Advisor’s Perspective

  • Responsible for advising ~20-25 advisees who are either BS-CSE or BS-CIS majors.

  • Be reasonably available by e-mail and in person to answer advisee questions.

  • Be generally aware of program requirements and know where to find details on the web.

  • Important: Be available in a timely manner to sign graduation applications.


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Faculty Advisor’s Perspective (contd.)

  • Important: Consult with CSE Advising Office as needed People in the CSE Advising Office: Peg Steele ([email protected]) Nikki Strader ([email protected]) Mary Jo Deerwester ([email protected]) Nick Moore ([email protected])

  • Important: Be aware of the Undergrad web pages:http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/ugrad


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Other Programs in the Dept.?

We have three other undergrad programs:

  • BA-CIS

  • CIS Minor

  • Minor in Computational Sc. & Eng.

    Refer questions about these programs to the CSE Advising Office.


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What About Semesters?

BS-CSE Program (BS-CIS is very similar):

  • Software I, II

  • Foundations I, II; Discrete Math

  • Systems I, II; ECE I, II

  • Project course; Prof. & Ethics course

  • One from each of:

    • Software Engineering or Databases

    • Theory or Programming Languages

    • Architecture or Networking

    • AI or Graphics

  • Capstone Design (Softw App/Game Design/...)

  • Tech Electives (≥15 hrs, with ≥8 CSE)

  • Transition Q's: Refer to CSE Advising Office


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Questions?

E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]

Phone (CSE Advising Office): 2-1900


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