This table lists courses with significant overlap. Thus, you may only count one of the listed courses toward any given degree. A typical situation is a 4000-level and a 5000-level course on the same topic. If you took the 4000-level course toward an undergraduate degree (here or elsewhere), you may take and count the 5000-level course toward your graduate degree here. But you may not take both courses and count them toward the same degree.
There are two special cases. If you took and passed CS3114 at Virginia Tech, then you may not count CS5040 toward any graduate degree. Likewise, if you took and passed CS3304, then you may not count CS5314.
|Course name||Course name
|CS3114: Data Structures & Algorithms||CS5040: Intermediate Data Structures|
|CS4104: Data and Algorithm Analysis||CS5114: Theory of Algorithms|
|CS4234: Parallel Computation||CS5234: Advanced Parallel Computation|
|CS4304: Compiler Design and Implementation||5304: Translator Design and Construction|
|CS3304: Comparative Languages||CS5314: Programming Languages|
|CS4254: Computer Network Architecture and Programming||CS5565: Network Architecture and Protocols (ECE)|
|CS4264: Principles of Computer Security||CS5584: Network Security (ECE)|
|CS4604: Introduction to Data Base Management Systems||CS5614: Database Management Systems|
|CS4804: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence||CS5804: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence|
|CS6524: Deep Learning||CS5814: Introduction to Deep Learning|
|CS4824: Machine Learning||CS5824: Advanced Machine Learning|