I know nothing about ACE but a simple searched turned up a few links like...
I think there are waivers if you already have a grad degree? Not sure but just from other information on line , this seems to be the case
The only residency requirements are 3 visits for comps, proposal and defense, so not a whole week or something, just a day or so. I have heard...
if this school has so many issues, why arent people considering the arkansas phd program? it seems cheaper, same transfer policy, and its a real...
id love 4 weeks at an hbcu.
does anyone have any updates about this program?
did you consider any other programs? what made ualr win?
congrats! what was the application process like?
what are your goals with the program?
and other electives
spring 2019 or 2020?
joined to chime in here, as i like this program. the info sci concentration has data science classes, which is a typical tech/cs subspecialty...
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