Courses

All of the CSS certificate eligible courses are listed, although not all have a direct link.  Please consult the General Catalog for a description of these courses or go to the program's website for more information. 

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REQUIRED COURSES:

INFO 514 Computational Social Science (3 credits) (TBA)

or

PA 572 Digital Research in Politics and Policy (3 credits) (Y. Shmargad)

 

ELECTIVE COURSES:

School of Information

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INFO 510 Bayesian Modeling and Inference (3 credits) (C. Morrison)

INFO 514 Computational Social Science (3 credits) (TBA)

INFO 516 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction (3 credits) (L. Bozgeyikli)

INFO 521 Introduction to Machine Learning (3 credits) (C. Morrison)

INFO 522 Applied Cyberinfrastructure Concepts (3 credits) (N. Merchant and E. Lyons)

INFO 523 Data Mining and Discovery (3 credits) (H. Cui)

INFO 550 Artificial Intelligence (3 credits) (C. Morrison)

INFO 555 Applied Natural Language Processing (3 credits) (S. Bethard)

INFO 557 Neural Networks (3 credits) (S. Bethard)

INFO 575 User Interface and Website Design (3 credits) (M. Fricke)

 

School of Sociology

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SOC 511 Formal Models for Cultural Analysis (3 credits) (R. Breiger)*

SOC 526 Methods for Social Network Analysis (3 credits) R. Breiger)*

SOC 527 Social Networks (J. Galaskiewicz)*

SOC 552 Advanced Topics in Stratification (3 credits) (R. Breiger)*

SOC 561 Programming for the Social Sciences (3 credits) (J. Earl)*

SOC 596a Advanced Topics in Research: BD Big Data Techniques for Social Scientists (3 credits) (Unstaffed)*

SOC 596a Advanced Topics in Research: RM Advanced Topics in Research Methodology (3 credits) (E. Leahey)*

 

Department of Linguistics

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LING 508 Computational techniques for linguists (3 credits) (M. Hammond)

LING 529 Human Language Technology I (3 credits) (M. Hammond)

LING 531 Human Language Technology II (3 credits) (M. Hammond)

LING 538 Computational linguistics (3 credits) (S. Fong)*

LING 539 Statistical natural language processing (3 credits) (M. Surdeanu/Bethard)

LING 578 Speech technology (3 credits) (M. Hammond)

LING 581 Advanced computational linguistics (3 credits) (S. Fong)*

LING 583 Text retrieval and web search (3 credits) (M. Surdeanu)

LING 696b Seminar in phonolohy: "Neural nets and machine learning in phonology and morphology"  (3 credits) (M. Hammond)

LING 696g Topics in computational linguistics (3 credits) (S. Fong)*

 

Department of Communication

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COMM 640 Research Methodologies III (3 credits) (J. Bonito)*

COMM 696R Advanced Communication Research Methods (Structural equation modelling) (3 credits) (J. Bonito)*

COMM 696R Advanced Communication Research Methods (Data Management in R) (3 credits) (S. Rains)

 

School of Anthroplogy

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ANTH 595D Special Topics in Biological Anthropology: R programming for data analysis and visualization (3 credits) (E. MacLean)*

 

School of Government and Public Policy

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PA 572 Digital Research in Politics and Policy (3 credits) (Y. Shmargad)*

POL 610 Theory and methods for the Analysis of Political Networks (3 credits) (A, D Henry)*

POL 684 Causal Inference (3 credits) (L. Bakkensen)*

POL 688 Digital Traces in Political and Social Research (3 credits) (Y. Shmargad)

 

Department of English

ENGL/SLAT 596o: Corpus Linguistics (S.Staples)

 

* These courses can be taken either as a required course or as an elective.