Computer Science

Undergraduate Courses as Graduate Electives

Current Computer Science MS students can take up to two CS 4000+ levels undergraduate classes to satisfy their elective courses requirement on the MS contract, EXcluding the following courses: CS 4000, CS 4310, CS4410, CS 4610, CS 4620, CS 4630 and CS 4800.

Note that, graduate credit for any of these courses taken while a student is in CPP undergraduate status, can only be granted if a petition is filed in advance of taking the course and NOT used those units to fulfill the requirement of their CPP BS degree.

Current Cal Poly Pomona Computer Science BS students planning on continuing to the Computer Science MS program should check the policy from the University Catalog.