Anticipated Course Rotation

This is the department's new course rotation, effective Fall 2017. There are are a couple of differences in offerings of the upper-level systems courses. See the Notes column and make sure to meet with your advisor for plan for next year and beyond. For the old course rotation, see this archived page.

Always see you advisor for the latest information.

Course Number Fall Spring Notes
CS 1000 X X  
CS 1010 X    
CS 1020   X  
CS 1025 X X  
CS 1100 X    
CS 1120   X  
CS 1130 X X  
CS 1140 X    
CS 1150 X X  
CS 1160 X X  
CS 1410 X X  
CS 1510 X X  
CS 1520 X X  
CS 1800 X X  
CS 2420 X    
CS 2530 X X  
CS 2720   X  
CS 2880 X X  
CS 3120 X    
CS 3140 X    
CS 3150   X  
CS 3430   X  
CS 3470 X    
CS 3510     as staffing, demand permit
CS 3530 X    
CS 3540   X  
CS 3610 X    
CS 3650   X  
CS 3730 X X  
CS 3750   X  
CS 3810   X  
CS 4400 X   effective Fall 2017
CS 4410   X effective Spring 2018
CS 4420 X   effective Fall 2018
CS 4550 X    
CS 4620   X  
CS 4740 X    
CS 4800 X X as staffing, demand permit
CS 4880     as substitution for another course
CS 1071     [dropped]
CS 1072     [dropped]
CS 2134     [dropped]
CS 2650     [dropped]


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