Course Schedule (Fall, 2013)

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Course NumberCourse NameInstructor
BME665WS Pathophysiology TBD
CAL581WS Environmental Policy Gregory Morgan
CHE615WS Separation Processes TBD
CPE/NIS536WS Integrated Services-Multimedia Hong Man
CPE/NIS591WS Introduction to Multimedia Networking Nan Jiang
CPE/NIS645ws Image Processing and Computer Vision Hong Man
CPE/NIS691WS Information Systems Security Bruce McNair
CPE585/BME504WS Medical Instrumentation and Imaging Hong Man
CS/CPE550ws Computer Organization and Programming Steven Gabarro
CS/CPE590WS Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms David Pfeffer
CS/CPE600WS Advanced Algorithm Design and Implementation Reza Peyrovian
CS/SOC501ws Introduction to JAVA Programming Peter Jurkat
CS/SOC553Ws Introduction to Text Mining and Statistical Natural Language Processing Peter Jurkat
CS526ws Enterprise and Cloud Computing Dominic Duggan
CS545 or SOC510Ws Human Computer Interaction Gregg Vesonder
CS570Ws Introduction to Programming in C++ David Pfeffer
CS574WS Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Theory David Klappholz
CS600WS Advanced Algorithm Design and Implementation Reza Peyrovian
EE/CPE548WS Digital Signal Processing Hongbin Li
EE/MT/PEP561WS Solid State Electronics for Engineering I Robert Pastore
EE/MT/PEP562WS Solid State Electronics for Engineering II Robert Pastore
EE/NIS583WS Wireless Communications Xiaoping Wu
EE568WS Software Defined Radio Yu-Dong Yao
EE613WS Digital Signal Processing for Communications Yu-Dong Yao
EM/PME600WS Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis Douglas Fain
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