Run-time storage management. Phone: 810.762.3121 Fax: 810.766.6780 PICS Funding PICS helps fund its students to study, research, and intern abroad. Topics include principles of program design, coding, debugging, testing, and documentation. Students will study a variety of software technologies relevant to computer game design, including: 3D graphics, computer animation, data-driven game design, multiplayer game programming, and game AI. Traditional computer programming is not a primary focus. Students take advanced course work and write a doctoral dissertation, also called a thesis. (YR), Prerequisite(s): (CIS 200 or CIS 2001) and MATH 396, CIS 447     Intro Computr & Ntwrk Security     3 Credit Hours. This course is a continuation of Digital Forensics I and will focus on Internet Forensics. Prerequisite(s): CIS 375 and (CIS 421* or CIS 422*), Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Class is Freshman or Sophomore, CIS 427     Comp Networks and Dis Process     4 Credit Hours. Students must elect different topics to take both CIS 390 and CIS 391. Each version of the course has its own subtitle, some being offered one time only while others are repeated and may evolve into regular courses with their own course number and title. game engines). Error handling and symbol table management. Student works with industrial sponsor in the area of CIS. Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline. Lecture topics will be taken from several areas of computer science: simulation and modeling, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, real-time processing, game theory, software engineering, human computer interaction, graphic design and game aesthetics. (S). (F,W,S). The course will cover the three major areas in NLP: syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. This course presents techniques for the design, writing, testing, and debugging of medium-sized programs, and an introduction to data structures (stacks, queues, linked lists) using an object-oriented programming language for data science applications. Please note: the CS-E program makes a distinction between Upper Level CS courses and Flexible Technical Electives. All LSA students should regularly use the LSA Degree Audit Checklist to make sure they are meeting degree requirements and to help with course scheduling decisions. This course provides a foundation for further studies in computer and information science and emphasizes a structured approach to problem solving and algorithm development. CIS 425     Information Systems     4 Credit Hours. To achieve the educational objectives of the program, graduates of the BS in CIS program will have an ability to: Please see the Dearborn Discovery Core (General Education) webpage or additional information. The professional staff and peer advisors work together in a collaborative team to help students develop a course of study that enables them to achieve their academic and personal goals. CIS 4971     Cap Sem for Data Sci I     2 Credit Hours, Data science students participate in the design and implementation of a major data science project. This is a microcomputer literacy course with primary emphasis on the application tools of the word processor, spreadsheets, and database. Topics include web servers, HTML, CGI, scripting languages, Java applets, back-end database connectivity, web security, multimedia, XML. This course is intended for seniors and graduate-level students in CIS. An introduction to leadership, culture, and wide variety of technical fields that are part of the design, construction, and operations of Aeronautical and Astronautical vehicles. This course presents techniques for the design, writing, testing, and debugging of medium-sized programs, and an introduction to data structures (stacks, queues, linked lists) using an object-orientated programming language. (F,W), Prerequisite(s): (CIS 350 or CIS 3501 or IMSE 350) or (ECE 370 and MATH 276) or (ECE 370 and ECE 276) and (COMP 270 or COMP 106 or COMP 220 or Composition Placement Score with a score of 40 or Composition Placement Score with a score of 107), CIS 376     Software Engineering II     4 Credit Hours, This course continues the formal development of the software engineering material begun in CIS 375. CS-LSA vs. CS- Eng, Graduate School for Current CSE Undergrads, See lists alphabetically and numerically >, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, The Regents of the University of Michigan. (F, W, S), CIS 4981     Design Seminar for CIS-DS I     2 Credit Hours, Full Course Title: Design Seminar for Dual Degree CIS-DS Majors I Written and Oral Communication (GEWO) – 6 Credits, Upper-Level Writing Intensive (GEWI) – 3 Credits, Quantitative Thinking and Problem Solving (GEQT) – 3 Credits, Critical and Creative Thinking (GECC) – 3 Credits, Social and Behavioral Analysis (GESB) – 9 Credits, Humanities and the Arts (GEHA) – 6 Credits. One significant programming language is covered in depth. A significant discussion of algorithm complexity theory, including time and space trade-offs and elementary computability theory, is included. (F,W,S), CIS 375     Software Engineering I     4 Credit Hours, This course presents an in-depth treatment of the following software engineering topics: software engineering paradigms, requirements, specification, functional design, object-oriented design, user interface design, software verification and validation, and the maintenance and management of software engineering artifacts, as well as an introductory discussion of software reliability. (F,W,S). Prerequisite(s): MATH 115* or MATH 113* or Mathematics Placement with a score of 116, CIS 1501     CS I for Data Scientists     4 Credit Hours, This course provides a foundation for further studies in computer and information science and emphasizes a structured approach to problem solving and algorithm development using a high-level language more suited to data science applications. Various phases of the software engineering process will be modeled using UML. This course will consist of three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory. Algorithm design topics include the greedy, divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, backtracking and branch-and-bound techniques. (F). The CIS courses include software engineering, algorithm analysis, networking, security, programming languages, game design, computer architecture, data structures, operating systems, artificial intelligence, database management systems, graphics, information systems, robotics, web development and capstone design courses. Prerequisite(s): CIS 350 or CIS 3501 or IMSE 350 or (ECE 370 and MATH 276) or (ECE 370 and ECE 276), CIS 481     Computational Learning     3 Credit Hours, This course covers basic computational aspects of learning to perform a task and improve with experience. Each section will have seats reserved for one or more groups. We provide a progressive curriculum, internationally-recognized faculty, and an intellectual community that values diversity, interdisciplinary teamwork, entrepreneurial thinking, and inventiveness. The course will first present on overview of wireless communication and wireless systems, then focus on attacks, discuss proposed solutions and their limitations. The principles of UML modeling are continued. 200 Level Courses. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is SeniorCannot enroll if College is Education, Health, and Human Services or Business, CIS 467     Digital Forensics II     4 Credit Hours. degree in Computer and Information Science from UM-Dearborn. A candidate for the degree of BS in CIS is required to select one of three concentrations: Computer Science, Information Systems, or Game Design. In making your plans to enroll at the University of Michigan and to better manage your process, the following estimated costs and fees will help you determine you and your family’s potential financial plans. Topics include security and privacy challenges due to data collection and analytics, technologies and strategies for data security and privacy (access control mechanism, integrity policy, cryptography and encryption, notice and consent, anonymization or de-identification, deletion and non-retention). Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles. (F,W,S). Courses: Practical Programming in Java, Computer Security, Web Systems, Informational Retrieval & Web Search Areas in which a student, through the use of technical and free electives and in consultation with their advisor, could decide to focus. This course will consist of three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory. CIS 296     Java Programming     3 Credit Hours. The particular language changes from term to term. Overview of digital computer hardware and system software components: machine architecture, operating systems, computer networks, data security, and performance evaluation. Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts. Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline. can count toward technical electives. Course mechanics (access requires umich.edu email account) > Course Mechanics > – requires umich.edu email account. Topics include fundamentals of artificial intelligence, knowledge representation and knowledge processing, tools for building expert systems (logic programming, expert shells), decision support system design (modeling and simulation), expert system design (knowledge engineering, learning). NOTE: how courses will be delivered is subject to change pending potential updates to University policy in the near future. CIS students must choose a concentration in Computer Science, Information Systems or Game Design. (F,W,S), Prerequisite(s): CIS 375 and CIS 3200 and (STAT 325 or IMSE 317) and CIS 310 and (CIS 427 or CIS 450), CIS 4982     Design Seminar for CIS-DS II     2 Credit Hours, Dual Degree CIS and Data Science students participate in the design and implementation of a major software project involving data science. The application of artificial intelligence to building decision support and expert systems for management and other applications. Prerequisite(s): (MATH 217 or MATH 227 or MATH 228) and (CIS 350 or CIS 3501 or IMSE 350) or (ECE 370 and MATH 276) or (ECE 370 and ECE 276), CIS 452     Inf Vis & Multimedia Gaming     3 Credit Hours. Students will participate in a final project. General Education Program: The Dearborn Discovery Core, College of Education, Health, and Human Services, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Capsule History of the University of Michigan-​Dearborn, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Dearborn Discovery Core (General Education), The Regents of the University of Michigan, Information Visualization and Virtualization. M = Counts as a Major Area course automatically E = Counts as a Major Area course after approval by an advisor. This google sheet provides details about how courses will be delivered Winter 2021 due to COVID-19. This course counts towards meeting software quals requirements. Completion of MATH 116 is strongly recommended. Basic geometrical concepts: graphics output primatives, two-dimensional transformations, windowing and clipping, three-dimensional viewing, visible surface detection methods, and graphical user interfaces. The following abbreviations are used to denote the frequency of offering: (F) fall term; (W) winter term; (S) summer term; (F, W) fall and winter terms; (YR) once a year; (AY) alternating years; (OC) offered occasionally. Seminar topics discussed include computing ethics and professional practice in data science. The course focuses on security and privacy issues in the area of wireless networks and mobile computing such as cellular networks, wireless LANs, connected vehicles, smart and mobile devices, sensors and sensor networks, IoT, etc. AEROSP 585 Aerospace Seminar (1 credit) BA 476 American Business History (3 credits) BA 612 Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid (2.25 credits) Performance in these classes is indicative of student aptitude for the Computer Science program, and students who do not perform well are encouraged to meet with a CS-LSA advisor. A search tool that provides information on LSA courses. Required courses in the Computer and Information Science (CIS) major stress theory and application, as well as the role of other fields such as mathematics, statistics, electrical and computer engineering, business, and software engineering, among others. Grades will be granted on a Pass/Fail (S/E) basis exclusively. STATS 401: Applied Statistical Methods II. (4 credits) Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Introduction to materials engineering and materials processing in manufacturing. (F,W). No credit for CIS majors. The Game Design (GD) concentration is tailor-made for those whose dreams include careers in game programming, user experience design and augmented reality applications. Programming language design. An introduction to create professional-looking applications using the graphical user interface of Windows. (W), Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is Undergraduate. Additional topics of computer terms, systems, and use in society are included. In addition to completion of the Dearborn Discovery Core, the following courses are required to earn a B.S. The minor in CIS requires a minimum of 24 credit hours, which must include CIS 150, CIS 200, CIS 275, CIS 350 and eight additional credit hours at the 300 or 400 level approved by the student’s faculty advisor in CIS. No previous experience with computers is expected. Topics include asymptotic analysis, amortized analysis, divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, greedy algorithms, branch and bound, backtracking, lower bounds, NP-completeness and approximation algorithms. Topics include the process of creating animated video clips from start to finish, including story creation, storyboarding, modeling, animation, and post-production; several key techniques for video editing and motion generation, including keyframe, motion capture editing, collision detection, particle systems, physical simulation, and real-time rendering; techniques for web animation and multimedia; and internet gaming. While the target audience is EE/CE/CS/DS students, any student wishing to learn how to use their computer more effectively is encouraged to join. (F,W). This course will be comprised of one lecture hour and one two-hour laboratory. Topics include learning frameworks and problem formulations; standard models, methods, computational tools, algorithms and modern techniques; and methodologies to evaluate learning ability and to automatically select optimal models. U-M provides outstanding undergraduate, graduate and professional education, serving the local, regional, national and international communities. CIS 294     Programming with Visual Basic     3 Credit Hours. Prerequisite(s): (CIS 427* or ECE 471*) and (CIS 387 or ECE 387), Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Class is FreshmanCannot enroll if College is Business, CIS 474     Compiler Design     3 Credit Hours. Permission of instructor required. Data design topics include object-oriented discussions of hashing, advanced tree structures, graphs and sets. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Prerequisite(s): CIS 350 or CIS 3501 or IMSE 351 or (ECE 370 and MATH 276), CIS 422     Massive Data Management     4 Credit Hours, An introduction to database systems, concepts, and techniques for big data. Registering for CSP Course Sections Beginning with registration for the 2020 fall term, eligibility to enroll in a CSP section will be driven by enrollment requirement groups. Apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions. The curriculum is modeled on the recommendations of the two main professional computing societies, the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE). CIS 411     Natural Language Processing     3 Credit Hours, This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of natural language processing (NLP), as well as the approaches that allow understanding, generating, and analyzing natural language. Students completing this course will be familiar with the core computer science theory and practical skills necessary to perform basic computer forensic investigations, understand the role of technology in investigating computer-based crime, and be prepared to deal with investigative bodies at a basic level. This course is a second registration for an independent study in CIS. This course deals with the study of the technology, science and art in the creation of computer games. The Computer Science (CS) concentration strengthens your knowledge of how computer systems work and prepares you for positions in system programming, graphics and visualization, networks, and web technology. degree in Computer and Information Science from UM-Dearborn. The principles of UML modeling are continued. Topics include an overview of the internet, congestion control, quality of service, internet multicasting, multimedia networking, mobile and wireless networks, vehicular networks, overlay networks, peer-to-peer networks, internet management (SNMP), and internet applications (web-HTTP and email-SMTP). CIS 200 Computer Science II 4 Credit Hours. (F). Using various modern software tools, students will apply various design patterns to real-world software design problems to gain complete practical understanding. Topics covered include the different mobile development platforms, best practices in mobile user interaction design, software quality assurance in mobile environment, security and privacy issues, and context-aware computing. (YR), Restriction(s): Can enroll if College is Engineering and Computer Science, CIS 3200     Data Science II     4 Credit Hours, This course provides an overview of what Big Data is and explores its characteristics. The computer science (CS) program at the University of Michigan is available to students in both the Colleges of Engineering and of Literature, Science, and the Arts. (F, W, S), Prerequisite(s): CIS 1501 and MATH 115 or MATH 113 or Mathematics Placement with a score of 116, CIS 205     Comp Programming for Engineers     3 Credit Hours. (F,W,S). This course investigates how to design efficient algorithms. Here is a list of specific courses that our students have taken over the years. Topics covered include pointers, templates, and inheritance. Students are provided with support and encouragement in exploring their options and learning to make informed decisions. (OC). This google sheet provides details about how courses will be delivered Winter 2021 due to COVID-19. Lectures: TuTh 1:30–3:30 PM ET - Zoom (Passcode in Email and Canvas) GSI: An introduction to the Python programming language and its various libraries, packages, and tookits. The labs will cover various data science applications. (F, W, S), Prerequisite(s): CIS 3200 and (STAT 325 or IMSE 317), Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is Senior, CIS 4972     Cap Proj for Data Sci II     2 Credit Hours, Data science students continue to participate in the design and implementation of a major data science project. Overview of the department With two doctoral programs offered within one department, students enroll in a degree program tailored to their interests, while having access to, … The course includes numerous seminars by notable practitioners. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is Junior or SeniorCan enroll if Level is UndergraduateCan enroll if College is Engineering and Computer Science or Arts, Sciences, and Letters, CIS 437     Advanced Networking     3 Credit Hours. Approval of Internship Coordinator required. CIS 400     Programming Languages     4 Credit Hours. These courses are usually outside the traditional engineering, math, and science courses. Our graduates will lead and participate in culturally diverse teams, becoming global collaborators. For questions regarding course work completed during the COVID-19 crisis, please visit this page. Prerequisite(s): (MATH 115 or Mathematics Placement with a score of 116) and (CIS 200 or IMSE 200) and CIS 275, CIS 316     Prac. What’s the Difference? No credit for CIS majors. CIS 306     Discrete Structures II     4 Credit Hours. Permission of Internship Coordinator required. Seminar topics discussed include: computing ethics and professional practice in data science. Four additional science credits; must be a different subject than the two course sequence prerequisite: Any 100 to 400 level course with no more than 6 credits, as needed to get a minimum of 120 credits for graduation. In addition, you can use the U-M Net Price Calculator to get an early estimate of your full-time cost of attendance and financial aid at U-M. Topics include principles of program design, coding, debugging, testing, and documentation. (F,W,S), CIS 3501     Data Struc & Alg Anlys for SE     4 Credit Hours, This course focuses on data design and algorithm design for software engineers. Administrative and Student Support 212 Murchie Science Bld. (F,W,S). Applications to relational databases, modeling reactive systems and program verification are also discussed. (F), Prerequisite(s): (CIS 2001 or CIS 200) and CIS 3200, CIS 423     Dec Support and Exp Systems     3 Credit Hours. Comp. This page provides a list of graduate-level ECE courses. Analysis of case studies will also be discussed. Issues will range from the theoretical (what is information and how do humans construct it? An introduction to calculus (MATH 115) is required and does not count toward the 24 hours. CIS 494     Independent Study II     1 to 4 Credit Hours. The use of teamwork on projects is practiced in many courses. The Information Systems (IS) concentration is oriented toward the design and development of computer information systems, such as, databases, enterprise computing, system analysis, and web-based information systems. Prerequisites: EECS 482 Operating Systems, EECS 489 Computer Networks, EECS 388 Introduction to Security, or grad standing. Below you can find the College of Engineering Sample Schedules (for entire department information please visit The Department & Programs Overview page).The guides provide a general overview of the curriculum and are not a replacement for meeting with your assigned professional and … CIS 493     Independent Study I     1 to 4 Credit Hours. The course will consist of three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory. Contact > Intranet > Electrical and Computer Engineering EECS Building 1301 Beal Avenue The Computer Science and Engineering Division at Michigan is home to one of the oldest and most respected programs in computation in the world. This course introduces students to the development of software applications for programmable mobile and wireless intelligent hand-held devises. The specific topics will be announced (together with special prerequisites) each time offered. Seminar topics discussed include: computing ethics and professional practice in software engineering. Seminar topics discussed include: computing ethics and professional practice. This is a 1-credt hour seminar designed to teach students the essentials of using a computer effectively for EECS students. Three-hour lecture and three-hour laboratory per week. Principles of language compilation. Provides the advanced student with the opportunity to undertake a research project under the supervision of a faculty member. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is Junior or Senior, CIS 387     Digital Forensics I     4 Credit Hours. The course is intended for undergraduates in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters. An asterisk denotes that a course may be taken concurrently. The course will cover three major areas: software attacks and defenses, program analysis, and software verification. For specific topic, consult current semester's Schedule of Classes. Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions. 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