Undergrad & Grad Elective Courses

Spring 2023 Undergraduate  Special Topics/Electives

Descriptions for electives can be found on the CSCE Undergraduate Courses page.

CSCE 4013-002 - Special Topics: Wearable & Ubiquitious Computing - Dr. Alexander Nelson

CSCE 4013-003 - Special Topics: Machine Learning in Medical Imaging - Dr. Ukash Nakarmi

CSCE 4123 - Programming Challenges - Dr. Yarui Peng

CSCE 4123/5293 - Computer Architechture - Dr. David Andrews 

CSCE 4373/5373 - Electronic Design Automation - Dr. Yarui Peng

CSCE 4423 - Computer Systems Modeling - Dr. Dale Thompson

CSCE 4613/5613 – Artificial Intelligence – Dr. Khoa Luu

CSCE 4853 - Information Security - Dr. Brajendra Panda  

 

Spring 2023 Graduate Special Topics/Electives

Descriptions for the following electives can be found on the CSCE Graduate Courses page.

CSCE 5013-001 - Advanced Special Topics: Security Operations - Dr. Qinghua Li

CSCE 5013-002 - Advanced Special Topics: Wearable & Ubiquituos Computing - Dr. Alexander Nelson

CSCE 5013-003 - Advanced Special Topics: Advanced Network Security - Dr. Kevin Jin

CSCE 5013-005 - Advanced Special Topics: Machine Learning in Medicinal Imaging - Dr. Ukash Nakarmi

CSCE 5013-006 - Advanced Special Topics: Post Moore's Law Computer Architechture - Dr. David Andrews

CSCE 5203 - Advanced Database Systems – Dr. Xintao Wu

CSCE 5263 - Computational Complexity - Dr. Matthew Patitz

CSCE 5283 - Graph and Cominatorial Algorithms - Dr. Lu Zhang

CSCE 5293 - Computer Architechture - Dr. David Andrews

CSCE 5373 - Electronic Design Automation - Dr. Yarui Peng

CSCE 5613 - Artificial Intelligence - Dr. Khoa Luu

CSCE 5623 - Secure Digital Systems Design - Dr. Jia Di

CSCE 5703 - Computer Vision - Dr. Khoa Luu

CSCE 5753 - Wireless Systems Security - Dr. Yanjun Pan

CSCE 5833 - Computer Architechture Security - Dr. Miaoqing Huang


NSF CyberCorps Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted for Fall 2023.

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and managed by the Arkansas Security Research and Education (ASCENT) Institute, the UofA Scholarship for Service (SFS) program is now accepting applications from eligible undergraduate and graduate students in CSCE, INEG, and ELEG at UofA with the goal as developing a superior cybersecurity workforce. This program provides generous scholarships ($25,000 per year for undergraduate students and $34,000 per year for graduate students, plus the full amount of tuition and other educational allowance per year). Each scholarship recipient will need to agree to work at a government agency post-graduation for a period equal to the duration of the scholarship. For more information and application submission, please visit https://ascent.uark.edu/sfs-2/