Summer 2018 Course Updates

Updated 5.15.2018

We open the maximum number of seats based upon size of wait list, availability of instructors/TAs/Tutors, room size, scalability of the course, etc. We cannot predict exactly when and if all these variables will come together, but we WILL open seats just as soon as we can.  We anticipate knowing about TA/tutor availability by June 22, 2018. 

Announcements about opening seats are put on this page and sometimes also sent to @ucsd email. 

FOR ALL CLASSES - Please read each bullet point carefully to assure your best success at enrolling!

Late Add Policy

  • The CSE department does not allow students to late add courses. If a student is not enrolled in enough units by the start of quarters, the student should contact their department advisor.
  • If you are on the waitlist for a course, you are expected to attend class and complete assignments. If students choose not to attend class or to not turn in assignments on due dates, the student will receive a "0" on all missed assignments/quizzes/etc. No exceptions are made.

 

Wait List Policy

  • CSE will use first-come, first-served order of the wait lists. There is no priority for CSE/EC26 majors in Summer 2018 courses. 
  • In general, undergraduates have priority to add undergraduate courses; graduate students have priority to add graduate courses.
  • Priority is not given to:
    1. Students who postpone taking a course hoping for a particular instructor in a future quarter.
    2. Students who do not use their enrollment times properly.
    3. Students who failed the course in a previous quarter.
  • Prerequisites are enforced for ALL classes.
  • For course clearances, please use the form Course Pre-Auth. Request .
  • Sorry, no swaps. CSE courses are too full to allow "swaps". Be sure to enroll or wait list in the section time you will attend and whose final exam you can attend.
  • CSE does not use add/drop cards-please do not contact faculty for enrollment approval.
  • We do not release names of instructors until their appointments are official with the University.
  • If you need to petition a course for transfer credit, please use our ONLINE PETITION to do so.
  • If a student is waitlisted for a course in summer and enrolled in the same course for Fall, the system will drop you from the summer session waitlist if a seat becomes available because it recognizes you are already enrolled in the course. We will not clear students to add to the course in this situations as the system moves on and automatically adds the next eligible student on the waitlist. 

 

Non-CSE Courses

  • Each department handles course clearances for their own courses. Please contact the respective department for course clearance to ECE, COGS, MGT, etc.

 

Undergraduate Courses

Graduate students who wish to add undergrad courses should read "Graduate Courses" section below.

 

Course Number

Title

Instructor for Summer Expected Total of Seats (Number of seats are not definitive. We may adjust accordingly as required by room size, TA/tutor availability, etc.)

Enrollment and Other Notes

 

  Summer Session #1 Summer Session #2  

CSE 5A

Introduction to Programming I Marx 20 seats 15 seats

All seats released for enrollment

CSE 7

Introduction to Programming with Matlab Anjum Gupta Not offered 10 seats/lab

All seats released for enrollment.

CSE 11

Introduction to Computer Science and Object-Oriented Programming: Java Marx 20 seats 20 seats

All seats released for enrollment

CSE 21

Mathematics for Algorithms and Systems Braun Not offered

40 seats

All seats released for enrollment 

CSE 30 Computer Organization and Systems Programming Cao Not offered 40 seats

5.15.2018 Update: All seats released for enrollment. We do not anticipate releasing any additional seats or adding additional sections. 

CSE 100

Advanced Data Structures Cao Not offered 40 seats

5.15.2018 Update: All seats released for enrollment. We do not anticipate releasing any additional seats or adding additional sections.

CSE 101

Design and Analysis of Algorithms Braun Not offered 40 seats All seats released for enrollment. 

CSE 134B

Web Client Languages Powell 40 seats Not offered

All seats released for enrollment.  

CSE 140

Component & Design Tech / Digital Sys Eldon 20 seats Not offered

All seats released for enrollment. 

CSE 140L

Digital Systems Laboratory Eldon Not offered 20 seats

Students who have successfully completed CSE 140 will be cleared in waitlist order. Students who do not have CSE 140 credit will not be cleared to enroll. 

1st clearances for eligible students sent on 4.19.2018

CSE 190

Topics in Computer Science and Engineering

Kumar 

Staff

A00: 20 seats 

 

A00: 20 seats

B00: 35 seats

Please see CSE 190 webpage for enrollment instructions and course prerequisites

Graduate Courses

All CSE Graduate Lecture Courses: Enrollment is set at 0 for most courses. CSE will email CSE graduate students about enrollment. Graduate students from other departments should see below.

ECE graduate students:

  • Undergraduate CSE courses: Submit course clearance requests Course Pre-Auth Request. The ECE graduate advisers coordinate these clearance requests. Contact Chris Shenton with questions. Clearances will be handled in two weeks before based on if there is seat availability after undergraduates enroll.
  • Graduate CSE courses​: Students can add to the wait list. As space allows, we will open up the course on a first come, first served basis. This may not be until two weeks before the quarter starts.

Other graduate students:

  • Undergraduate CSE courses: Please submit a Course Pre-Auth. Request. Prerequisite clearances and approvals to add will be handled in late March, based on if there is seat availability after undergraduates enroll.
  • Graduate CSE courses​: Get on the Tritonlink wait list. As space allows, we will open up courses on a first come, first served basis. This may not be until after end of 1st week of the quarter.

Undergraduate Students (any major):

  • If you wish to add a CSE graduate course, this is a rare case when an add/drop card is used. Pick up an add/drop card from CSE's Intake Office, have the course instructor sign it, and then bring it back to our Intake Office.
  • If there are seats open after graduate student enrollment, we will stamp the card, and send email to your @ucsd.edu email to come pick it up. You must then take it to the Registrar.
  • Students who have been accepted to the CSE BS/MS program who are still undergraduates should see Nadyne Nawar in our Student Affairs Office for add requests.