Courses - Winter Term 2

Grad courses for term 2 start on January 2, 2019 and end on April 4, 2019. Students should check the web page before classes start to ensure that there are no last minute changes.

UBC policy for Courses with Variable Credits
Some courses are listed with a choice of credit value such as topics courses. The form (2-6) implies that the course may be taken for any number of credits from 2 to 6 inclusive. The form (2/6) implies that the course will be offered for either 2 credits or 6 credits.

In all cases, the maximum credit value is that which may be obtained by a student during the complete program of study (i.e. students cannot obtain more than 6 credits for topic courses with the same course number). For detailed information, please visit the UBC Calendar.

Topics Courses are generally not considered breadth courses unless it is specified as "Breadth course".

Topics Courses are not considered breadth courses unless it is specified with the phrase "Breadth course" in the title.

Term 2 (January - April)

CRSSECTITLEDAYTIMEROOMINSTRUCTOR
500 201 Fundamentals of Algorithm Design and Analysis (jointly taught with CPSC 420)
- Breadth course for Theory
MWF 1:00-2:00 DMP 110 Hu Fu
503 201 Computational Linguistics I
- Breadth course for Computational Intelligence
MW 1:30-3:00 ICCS 246 Giuseppe Carenini
504 201 Data Management
- Breadth course for Data Management and Analysis
MW 9:00-10:30 DMP 101 Rachel Pottinger
508 201 Operating Systems
- Breadth Course for Systems
TR 11:00-12:30 ICCS 246 Margo Selter
521 201 Parallel Algorithms & Architecture
- Breadth course for Computer Systems and Design
MW 10:30-12:00 DMP 101 Mark Greenstreet
522 201 Artificial Intelligence II
- Breadth course for Computational Intelligence
TR 9:30-11:00 ICCS 246 David Poole
524 201 Computer Graphics: Modeling
- Breadth course for Graphics and Vision
MF 10:30-12:00 ICCS 246 Alla Sheffer
530L 201 Topics in Artificial Intelligence: Artificial intelligence for Social Impact (cross-list with CPSC 532L)
NOTE: Students must register in the waitlist section CPSC 530L Sec 2W1
TR 2:00-3:30 ICCS 246 Kevin Leyton-Brown
530K 201 Topics in Information Processing: Digital Learning (Innovation in Learning) TR 9:30-11:00 DMP 101 Gregor Kiczales
532C 201 Topics in Artificial Intelligence: User-Centered AI (cross-list with CPSC 554C) TR 3:30-5:00 DMP 101 Cristina Conati
532L 201 Topics in Artificial Intelligence: Artificial intelligence for Social Impact (cross-list with CPSC 530L)
NOTE: Students must register in the waitlist section CPSC 532L Sec 2W1
TR 2:00-3:30 ICCS 246 Kevin Leyton-Brown
532S 201 Topics in Artificial Intelligence: Vision & Language TR 11:00-12:30 DMP 101 Leonid Sigal
536J 201 Topics in Algorithms and Complexity: Linear Algebra in Theory and Algorithms MWF 9:00-10:00 ICCS 246 Joel Friedman
536S 201 Topics in Algorithms and Complexity: Combinatorial Optimization MW 1:30-3:00 DMP 101 Bruce Shepherd
538B 201 Topics in Computer Systems: Topics in Distributed Systems
- Breadth course for Systems
TR 9:30-11:00 MCLD 220 Ivan Beschastnikh
540 201 Machine Learning
- Breadth course for Data Management & Analysis
Tutorial T2A: M 5:00-6:00 in DMP 110
  • CPSC 540 is *not* an introductory course.  Only students who have (or will have) completed CPSC 340 or CPSC 532M or an equivalent rigorous introduction to ML (not just a MOOC) should register.
MWF 4:00-5:00 DMP 110 Mark Schmidt
554C 201 Topics in HCI: User-Centered AI (cross-list with CPSC 532C) TR 3:30-5:00 DMP 101 Cristina Conati
554K 201 Topics in Human-Computer Interaction: Designing for People Project
Start: Wed 3 January, 2019
End:   Wed 19 June, 2019
W 10:00-12:00 FSC 2330 Mike Van der Loos
Karon Maclean
554Y 201 Topics in Human-Computer Interaction: Designing Novel Interaction Techniques TR 2:00-3:30 FSC 2330 Dongwook Yoon

 

THESIS #SECTITLECREDITS
548 201 Directed Studies

Directed Study (CPSC 548) is a course that allows students to study a topic that is typically not part of the regular curriculum under the direction of a faculty member.  The student and faculty member submit a proposal for the course outlining the course content to the Graduate Program Coordinator (poon@cs.ubc.ca) prior to the start of the course.

Course content appropriate for the student's thesis work (CPSC 549A, CPSC 549B) or essay (CPSC 589) is not appropriate for Directed Study.

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549A 201 MSc Thesis 6
549B 202 MSc Thesis 12
589 201 MSc Major Essay Breadth Master 3
649 201 PhD Thesis 0

  

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8:00-8:30 8:00-9:00 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:00 8:00-9:30 8:00-9:00
8:30-9:00
9:00-9:30 9:00-10:00 536J
9:00-10:30 504
9:00-10:00 536J
9:00-10:30 504
9:00-10:00 536J
9:30-10:00 9:00-10:00 536J
9:00-10:30 504
9:30-11:00 530K/522/ 538B
9:00-10:00 536J
9:00-10:30 504
9:30-11:00 530K/522/538B 9:00-10:00 536J
10:00-10:30 9:00-10:30 504
9:30-11:00 530K/522 / 538B
9:00-10:30 504
10:00-12:00 554K
9:30-11:00 530K/522/538B
10:30-11:00 10:30-12:00 521/524 9:30-11:00 530K/522 / 538B 10:00-12:00 554K
10:30-12:00 521
9:30-11:00 530K/522/538B 10:30-12:00 524
11:00-11:30 10:30-12:00 521/524 11:00-12:30 532S/508
10:00-12:00 554K
10:30-12:00 521
11:00-12:30 532S/508
10:30-12:00 524
11:30-12:00 10:30-12:00 521/524 11:00-12:30 532S/508
10:00-12:00 554K
10:30-12:00 521
11:00-12:30 532S/508 10:30-12:00 524
12:00-12:30 12:00-1:30 11:00-12:30 532S/508 12:00-2:00  11:00-12:30 532S/508 12:00-1:30
12:30-1:00 12:30-2:00 GRAD SEMINAR 12:00-2:00  12:30-2:00 DEPT MEETING
1:00-1:30 1:00-2:00 500 12:30-2:00 GRAD SEMINAR 12:00-2:00
1:00-2:00 500
12:30-2:00 DEPT MEETING 1:00-2:00 500
1:30-2:00 1:00-2:00 500
1:30-3:00 536S/503
12:30-2:00 GRAD SEMINAR 1:00-2:00 500
1:30-3:00 536S/503
12:30-2:00 DEPT MEETING 1:00-2:00 500
2:00-2:30 1:30-3:00 536S/503 2:00-3:30  532L/554Y
1:30-3:00 536S/503 2:00-3:30 532L/554Y
2:30-3:00 1:30-3:00 536S/503 2:00-3:30 532L/554Y
1:30-3:00 536S/503 2:00-3:30 532L/554Y
3:00-3:30 3:00-4:30 2:00-3:30 532L/554Y
3:00-4:30 2:00-3:30 532L/554Y
3:00-4:30
3:30-4:00 3:30-5:00 532C-554C 3:30-5:00 532C-554C
4:00-4:30 4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532C-554C 4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532C-554C 4:00-5:00 540
4:30-5:00 4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532C-554C 4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532C-554C 4:00-5:00 540

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