Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
The School of Computer Science offers an extensive range of courses for Engineering students interested in computers. Engineering students may obtain a Computer Science Minor as part of their B.Eng., B.S.E., or B.Sc.(Arch.) degree by completing 24 credits of courses, passed with a grade of C or better.
Minor Adviser: Students interested in this Minor should see Liette Chin, Undergraduate Program Coordinator (School of Computer Science, Lorne Trottier Building, Room 2070) and the Minor Adviser in Computer Science.
School of Computer Science website, www.cs.mcgill.ca.
The School of Computer Science offers an extensive range of courses for Engineering students interested in computers. The course taken by students in most B.Eng. programs (COMP 208) and other courses included in the core of the various B.Eng. and B.S.E. programs are listed below.
See the Courses section of this publication to see other courses offered by the School of Computer Sciences (subject code COMP).
|Computer Science Courses|
|COMP 202||(3)||Foundations of Programming|
|COMP 208||(3)||Computers in Engineering|
|COMP 250||(3)||Introduction to Computer Science|
|COMP 302||(3)||Programming Languages and Paradigms|