Academic Advisor – Lead
Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington – Seattle
We have posted slides from the BS/MS (5th year masters) Information Session last week that some of you were unable to attend.
*The link is towards the bottom of the page under ‘how to apply’
Let us know you have any other questions.
Want to learn more about the 2013-2014 animation course series? Attend an info session!
Paul G. Allen Center room 691 (Gates Commons, 6th floor)
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) and the Animation Research Labs invite you to an information session on the Animation Production undergraduate course sequence at UW Seattle. This sequence runs from Summer 2013 (A term) through Spring 2014. The Summer course, Story Design for Computer Animation, is highly recommended but optional.
The Animation Capstone culminates in a very professional and exciting collaboratively produced digital short film, similar in process to Disney/Pixar and Dreamworks productions. Examples of previous award winning films produced in the dept will be shown and questions regarding applications and admission, etc. will be addressed. We look forward to seeing you there. Light refreshments will be served.
FYI, the tentative teaching schedule has been posted for the 2013-2014 academic year.
We don’t have instructors listed yet and we will not likely have that information until late this quarter, but hopefully this will help you plan your courses to some degree. It is of course tentative which means subject to change. We don’t know exactly how this will play out until we finalize any possible hiring decisions.
Just an FYI, while in the past CSE 452 Distributed Systems was not on the core list represented on this page: http://www.cs.washington.edu/students/ugrad/core_courses/
It has recently been added. We will be contacting the folks in the Degree Audit course to add CSE 452 to the Core CSE list. If you are currently enrolled in 452, wait another week and then run an audit and it should show up in the right place.
If you are interested in applying to the 5th year masters (combined BS/MS) program, please join us for an information session on Monday, April 22nd at 330pm in room 691 (Gates Commons) of the Paul G. Allen Center for CS&E.
The optimal time to apply is towards the end of your junior year.
Take a look at the webpages to familiarize yourself with the program and then join us on the 22nd. The faculty advisor (Professor Dieter Fox) and I, along with fellow advisor Elise and students from the program will be there to answer your questions.
Please pass on this important message regarding commencement to your students.
- Students who graduated Summer 2012, Autumn 2012, or Winter 2013 are eligible to walk in commencement and their names will appear in the Commencement bulletin.
- Students who plan to graduate Spring 2013 are eligible to walk in commencement and have their names appear in the Commencement Bulletin; however, they must submit their master’s requests or doctoral final exam requests to the Graduate School no later than Friday, April 19th, 5 pm (PST).
- Students who plan to graduate Summer 2013 are eligible to walk in commencement; however, their names will appear in next year’s Commencement Bulletin
**Please Note: There will be no exceptions to this deadline. We apologize for the inflexibility but are required by the Office of Ceremonies to adhere to this deadline so publication deadlines can be met.
For information regarding commencement please refer to one of the pages below:
Commencement – UW Bothell: http://www.bothell.washington.
Commencement – UW Seattle: http://www.washington.edu/
Commencement – UW Tacoma: http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/
In case this might change anything these courses will definitely be offered this summer (although I don’t yet have final times).
CSE 456 and 464 (animation)
CSE 351 and 390A
CSE 154 web programming
*CSE 421, we’re not sure yet
I finally have word on what we will offer this summer. We will definitely offer:
CSE 142, 143, 154 (web programming), 333 (systems programming) and 351 (hardware/software interface) and 390A the one credit course that goes with 351.
Additionally, there will be two animation courses, CSE 456 and 464 (one A term and the other B term) and we *might* offer CSE 421, that is still pending. I should know by a week from today (by the start of spring quarter) if we’ll offer 421 this summer.
If you don’t see the course name/number above, then we are not offering it this summer. If you see it on the time schedule and not on this list, again, then it will not be offered.
Just a reminder that STAT 391 has been re-vamped a bit to match our new curriculum better. You would ideally have CSE 312 completed before taking 391. Additionally, note that Stat 391 can be applied to a math minor, but you have to email the math advisors to have the exception put into the UW system. There are still a couple of spaces left in stat and it also counts as a CSE core course and CSE Senior elective.