I-270 Technology Corridor
College is located at the upper end of the I-270 Technology Corridor. The
Corridor extends between Frederick, Md., and Washington, D.C., and hosts a
large concentration of high-tech businesses and government agencies. Numerous
software development companies, consulting agencies and statistical analysis
firms are a short drive from campus and offer internship opportunities for
students, as well as regular employment after graduation.
students have also completed internships with international businesses in the
United States and abroad. Undergraduate internships are coordinated through the
Career Center, linked in the Hood Resources menu. The department does not
currently offer formal internships for graduate students.
FAQs and Guidelines
academic policy statements and guidelines are available online, forming a
virtual Computer Science Academic Handbook.
FAQ for CIS Graduate Students answers all the questions you might have (and we
wish you would ask) about the program, with complete information on program
requirements, policies and procedures.
New M.S. in Computer Science - FAQ for Current Students answers questions about
changing to the new program.
Software Engineering Project Guidelines provides detailed information about
prerequisites, forming a project committee, developing a project proposal,
required deliverables, and project completion.
see the Master's Thesis Manual, available in printed format in the Graduate
Jobs and Internship Opportunities
added a new Career Information page that lists job and internship opportunities
that have come to our attention. Also look for postings on the bulletin board
in the corridor outside HT 235.
links take you away from the computer science department site.