GO GRAD! Start Your Semester Here
Welcome new and continuing Computer Science (CS) graduate students! The following information is intended to get you started on your classes this semester.
New Students: Online Orientation
We have prepared a brief online orientation for new graduate students. All graduate students must complete this orientation activity. The orientation will explain how to register for classes and familiarize you with the Moodle course web, the program's central web site for your online classes. It will also ask you to complete an activity to briefly introduce yourself to your fellow graduate students and CS faculty.
Note: You will be prompted to login to Moodle when you click on the orientation link below. Anyone may view the orientation by clicking on the "Login as a Guest" button. If you have been accepted into the program AND have already registered for classes, then you can follow the instructions provided on the login page to login as yourself. Please note, the classes for the upcoming Fall semester may be hidden until the first official day of classes, so they will not appear on the home page after you login (even if you have already registered for the class).
View the New Student Online Orientation.
Graduate Student Portal
The Graduate Student Portal provides a central location, targeted specifically for our online CS graduate students, that contains timely information and resources for advisement, academic policies, general technical help, general deadlines/dates, announcements, etc. If you are a new student and yet to register for classes, you may click on the "Login as a Guest" button. Please note that "Guest" access is restricted.
Current Graduate Classes
For information about the online graduate classes being offered this semester, please visit the program's Moodle course web and choose the current semester under "Course Categories." You will find links to individual courses there.
To locate contact information for individual faculty, please see our Faculty and Staff page.
Please feel free to contact the program with any other general questions you may have.