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Graduation Plan 2.0

It worked so well the first time, I am putting together another graduation plan, this time for my Fifth-Year Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington.

Numbers in [brackets] denote progress towards requirements:

40 credits total
36 Graded credits
32 Graded CSE credits
20 Credits from 4-credit 500-level classes
4 non-graded CSE credits [seminars & colloquiums]

Previously Completed

CSE 401 (3) — Compilers [3/32 + 3/40]
CSE 421 (3) — Algorithms [6/32 + 6/40]

Fall 2008

CSE 473 (3) — Artificial Intelligence [9/32 + 9/40]
CSE 490H (3) — Distributed Computing [12/32 + 12/40]
CSE M 544 (4) — Databases [4/20 + 16/32 + 16/40]
CSE 590 C (3) –Computational Biology Seminar [3/4 + 19/40]
CSE 590 G (1) –Architecture Seminar [4/4 + 20/40]
TA: CSE 467 — Advanced Digital Design

Winter 2009

CSE 505P (4) — Programming Languages (PMP) [8/20 + 20/32 + 24/40]
CSE M 584 (4) — Security [12/20 + 24/32 + 28/40]
Econ 485 (5) — Game Theory [32/40]
CSE 590 G (1) — Architecture Seminar [5/4 + 33/40]
TA: CSE 481 — Robotics Capstone

Spring 2009

CSE 551 (4) — Systems
CSE P 548 (4) — Computer Systems Architecture
CSE 590 G (1) — Architecture Seminar
CSE 590 P (1) — Programming Languages Seminar
CSE 590 S (1) — Systems Seminar
TA: CSE 451 — Operating Systems

Update:

Graduated!