Course Info

CSC 426: Research Methods and Practice in Computing

The course is intended to help students understand the process of and issues related to doing scientific research in computing or related areas. Topics covered include how to develop an effective research proposal, how to critically evaluate or review a scientific research paper, how to use appropriate research methods in scientific research, key elements of a publishable paper or a dissertation, ethics and professional responsibility in scientific research. The course is intended for PhD students in Computer and Information Sciences or for students who are interested in pursuing a research career. PREREQUISITE(S): PhD status or consent of instructor.

PhD status or consent of instructor is a prerequisite for this class

Fall 2019-2020

Section: 701
Class number: 15787
Meeting time: Th 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: CDM 00200 at Loop Campus
Section: 710
Class number: 15788
Meeting time: -
Location: Remote

Spring 2016-2017

Section: 901
Class number: 36494
Meeting time: Th 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: CDM 00206 at Loop Campus
Section: 910
Class number: 36495
Meeting time: -
Location: Remote