Bachelor of Computer Science in Computer Applications

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  • Objectives
    The Computer Applications option gives the full flexibility for students to combine a solid grounding of hardware and software with another field of study outside the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Computer Science in Computer Applications
  • Course description
    This required block of courses gives a thorough grounding in the basics of computer science.

        * System Hardware
        * System Software
        * Mathematics for Computer Science I
        * Mathematics for Computer Science II
        * Introduction to Programming
        * Programming Methodology
        * Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science
        * Operating Systems
        * Data Structures and Algorithms
        * Databases
        * Software Engineering I

    Option Core and Elective Credits

        * Computer Applications
        * Computer Games
        * Computer Systems
        * Information Systems
        * Software Systems
        * Web Services and Applications

    3-Year or 6-Term Sequence — (90 credits)

    Elective courses (51 credits):
    In addition to the Computer Science Core, students must complete 51 elective credits as follows:

        * 6 credits - chosen from Computer Science (COMP) courses numbered above 300.
        * 45 credits - chosen from any department with the exception of courses specified in the faculty's Undergraduate Program Guide. At least 24 of these credits must be applicable to a Minor or Major program offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science or the Faculty of Fine Arts.

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