Major requirements, policies and questions related to GSU CS graduate program are summarized in the Graduate Handbook
Step 2. Share your (internship) details with your academic advisor, asking her/him to approve your application in OGMS. Without your advisor's approval, your application cannot be approved by the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS).
Step 3. After your application in OGMS is approved by DGS, contact Ms. Tammie Dudley to register for the CPT course (CSC 8940).
Step 4. Submit a CPT/RCL application in iStart. (Input the DGS's email for approval.)
Step 5. Make sure you decline any type of graduate assistantship (i.e., GRA or GTA) during the same term as your CPT authorization.
- Complete all M.S. degree requirements (or Bioinformatics Concentration requirements).
- Check paws.gsu.edu; if you see M.S. degree, just apply for it and you are done.
- If you are a Ph.D. student, you can only apply for the M.S. degree after finishing your research proposal. Then, bring the following documents to the graduate director to apply for the M.S. degree: (a) The plan-of-study form with courses taken and grades. (b) A hard copy of your PAWS transcript. (c) A hard copy of your first-authored paper.