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SCE Dean's Scholarship

Current and Continuing Scholarships

Applications due by December 15, 2014 at 5 pm CST Apply Now!

Science and Computer Engineering | Aid year is 2015
  • Software Engineering – financial need based / Int’l students not eligible
  • Graduate Systems Engineering
  • Undergraduate Computer Science – financial need based / Int’l students not eligible

All UHCL scholarships for current and continuing students require an achievement list AND a personal statement. You must upload both of these documents for each scholarship for which you apply. You may upload the same list and essay each time.

Scholarships that list financial need as a criterion require an online 2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Only U.S. citizens and permanent residents qualify for financial need based scholarships.

Attention non-resident students! Competitive scholarship waivers will NOT be available for this process. Non-resident tuition will NOT be waived for recipients of this spring and summer 2015 scholarship competition.



SCE Dean's Scholarship

We are now accepting applications for the Spring 2015 SCE Dean's Scholarship

Awarding 4 scholarships for each major listed below Apply Now!

Must be planning to enroll for a minimum of 6 credit hours in one of the following majors:
  • Masters in Computer Information Systems
  • Masters in Mathematical Science
  • Master of Physics
  • Masters in Statistics
  • Masters in Engineering Management or Systems Engineering


Starting Certificate in Network Management & Security | Starting September 2014 (Friday and Saturday classes)!!! Limited seats.

The Network Management & Security certificate is composed of a series of four classes, and each class prepares the trainee for passing an industry-recognized and demanded certification exam. The phased approach covers a single topic group each week, respectively: Fundamentals of Information Security, Introduction to Networking Technologies, Cisco Routing and Switching, and Network Security. Register Now!

Cybersercurity Industry Advisory Seminars
Attend the FREE Cybersecurity Seminars to Learn How to Tackle Cyber Attacks! | Register Now - Seating is Limited!
  • Digital Forensics and Incident Responses (DFIR) | Sept. 5, 2014, 8:30-11:30AM
    The speakers will explain how a combination of DFIR techniques can assist information technology personnel on how to collect the data necessary to be able to detect intrusions and cyber attacks. In addition, they will also show the use of the tools on how to conduct investigations to catch the attackers.
  • Cybersecurity Architectures and Frameworks | Nov. 7, 2014, 8:30-11:30AM
    The speakers will review why security architectures/frameworks are important in securing your organization’s information systems; they will also examine example security architectures and frameworks, including the NIST Cyber Security Framework
  • Cyber Security and Health Care | January 16, 2015, 8:30-11:30AM
    Nowadays, Health care industry is using mobile devices and applications to record, store and share patient information. Consequently, cyber security professionals have to enhance their protective and defensive approaches to guard this body of information. The speakers will discuss architectural and defensive strategies for effective cyber security and compliance in the Health Care Sector.
complimentary registrations
REGISTER NOW!!! Limited seats!!

 

New Offering in Fall 2014
  • STAT 4436: Probability for Actuarial Exam P1
  • When: TTH 5:30 – 6:50pm
  • Instructor: Dr. Yingfu (Frank) Li

For more information contact Yingfu (Frank) Li, Ph.D.

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Four-year Study Plans and Two-year Course Schedules

The information on this Website provides examples pertaining to a four-year study plan and two-year upper-level course schedule for each degree offered by the School of Science and Computer Engineering. There are many possible substitutions that can be made within a semester. Contact Academic Advisors Dorothy Hogg or Beryl Ricard to develop your personal plan of study.

 

 

 

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