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Advising FAQ

  • CS Bubble Chart
  • Final exam schedules
  • Fall 2011 advising notes
  • What’s the best time to start doing co-op? I’m taking CS240A now. Should I consider co-op now? Every student’s situation is different. In general, though, it’s better to go through the 240A,B,C sequence first because without these it will be difficult for a student to work on technical problems. It will be helpful to complete 361, too.
  • 192-Credit-Hour Requirement. This requirement cannot be waived. Even if you have met all other DARS requirements, you have to take enough credit hours to graduate. Typically, this does not happen unless you have some courses waived. In this does happen, you can take any classes (e.g. bowling) to meet the credit hour requirement. Dr. Juedes is the one who reviews CS graduation applications for undergraduate students.
  • Where to go to get help? Academic Advancement Center offers helpful services. http://www.ohio.edu/aac/upload/Winter-12-AAC-2.pdf
  • The following web-app gives course conversions/prereqs/offering schedule for courses
    under semesters.. http://webapps.ohio.edu/q2scourse/
    Q2S Links

  • www.ohio.edu/q2s
  • http://webapps.ohio.edu/classes-q2s/search.htm
  • 2012 Q2S advising materials: 2012-Q2S-Advising
  • TDCP form: http://www.ohio.edu/q2s/upload/TDCP_Cover_Final_10-06-11_fill-2.pdf
  • The q2s scheduling software that Dr. Juedes wrote is available in the CS labs (307/107) on the Prime machines (e.g. p1, p2). To run it, simply type “q2s” in a terminal. It requires that students have a text version of their DARS report stored in a file called “PID.dars”. Students can get theirs by going to http://webapps.ohio.edu/oasis, and saving their DARS report as a text file. When the software finishes, it creates a file called “PID.csv” that can be opened as an EXCEL spreadsheet. [It will place the courses the student takes in the spring, as well as their Q2S schedule in the correct places.]
  • The new Software Tool course CS3560 is not intended as a tech elective.
  • Courses (http://webapps.ohio.edu/classes/search.htm)
    MATH3210 MATH411 LINEAR ALGEBRA
    MATH3200 MATH410 MATRIX THEORY
    EE4683 EE468 MICROCOMPUTERS II
    EE4673 EE467 ADVANCED MICROPROCESSORS
    CS4440 CS444 DATA COMMUNICATIONS
    CS4800 CS480 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    CS4750 CS475 INTERNET ENGINEERING
    CS4620 CS462 DATA BASE SYSTEMS I
    CS4580 CS458 OPER SYS&COMPUTER ARC II
    CS4250 CS425 INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS
    CS4170 CS417 PROGRAMMING FOR BIOINF
    CS4160 CS416 BIOINFORMATICS TOOLS
    CS4120 CS412 PARALLEL
    CS4060 CS406 COMPUTATION THEORY

  • Course descriptions