Sponsored Programs Annual Report / Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences, Fiscal Year 2005
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences.
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The Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences (GSOIS) includes graduate resident programs consisting of sixteen technical curricula and awards masters of science and Ph.D. degrees across four academic departments. This FY2005 report provides a brief summary of the program information and provides Sponsored Program expenditures by activity, by sponsor, and by department. The four departments reviewed are: Computer Science (CS) ; Defense Analysis (DA) ; Information Sciences (IS) ; and Operations Research (OR)
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