Specialization in Computational Perception and Robotics

For a Master of Science in Computer Science, Specialization in Computational Perception and Robotics (15 hours), students must select from the following:
 
*The following is a complete look at the courses that may be selected to fulfill the Computational Perception and Robotics specialization, regardless of campus; only courses listed with bold titles are offered through the online program.
 
Core Courses (6 hours)

Pick one (1) of:

Algorithms

  • CS 6505 Computability, Algorithms, and Complexity
  • CS 6515 Introduction to Graduate Algorithms
  • CS 6520 Computational Complexity Theory
  • CS 6550 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
  • CS 7520 Approximation Algorithms
  • CS 7530 Randomized Algorithms
  • CSE 6140 Computational Science and Engineering Algorithms

And, pick one (1) of:

Electives (9 hours)

Pick three (3) courses from Perception and Robotics, with at least one (1) course from each.

Perception

  • CS 6475 Computational Photography
  • CS 6476 Computer Vision
  • CS 7499 3D Reconstruction
  • CS 7636 Computational Perception
  • CS 7639 Cyber Physical Design and Analysis
  • CS 7644 Machine Learning for Robotics
  • CS 7650 Natural Language
  • CS 8803 Special Topics: Multiview Geometry in Computer Vision

Robotics

  • CS 7630 Autonomous Robotics
  • CS 7631 Autonomous Multi-Robot Systems
  • CS 7633 Human-Robot Interaction
  • CS 7638 Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Robotics
  • CS 7648 Interactive Robot Learning
  • CS 7649 Robot Intelligence: Planning