The department chair has put together this useful site: http://www.cs.sjsu.edu/seats/
If you are an international graduate student struggling to enroll in 9 units, here are a few suggestions:
I New sections added today:1. CS 286 Sec 3 TR at 6:30 MH 222 Game Development Project
2. CS 200W sec 4 MW 10 in SCI 311
3. CS 257 sec 2 MW 7:30 in MH 233 (database)
II You can also take computer engineering courses. They too are full, so getting in isn’t guaranteed. Here’s a link for add codes CmpE Add Codes
III You can also take undergraduate courses. In fact, you can take any course you can get into anywhere in this university or other local universities (Santa Clara, East Bay, etc.) The only catch is that you will need your advosir’s approval to have these courses count toward your MS degree.
Graduate students looking for classes:
There will be a new section of CS257 on MW at 7:30. The first class meeting will tentatively be in SCI 311.
The math department has two sponsored projects, one with NASA, where Prof. Slobodan Simic is the supervisor. The other one is statistical in nature and sponsored by IBM; Prof. Martina Bremer is the supervisor. The industry sponsors will be giving a colloquium on Wed, Jan 29 at 3:00 in MH 320. They are interested in CS participants, and these are for-credit courses. Show up at the meeting or contact the supervising professors.
If you are interested in big data, check out Math 267: Computational Statistics. You will get graduate CS credit for it.
As a reminder, if you are still unable to fill your classes, please let Dr. Pearce know by Thursday.
The slides of the presentation for incoming graduate students are here.
The survey for students who need courses is here.