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Computer Science (COMP)

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Computer Science (COMP)

The School of Computer Science and the discipline are described in the eCalendar under Faculties & Schools > Faculty of Science > Undergraduate > Academic Programs > Computer Science (COMP).

The following are considered Science programs in the B.A. & Sc.:

  • Minor Concentration in Computer Science
  • Major Concentration in Computer Science
  • Major Concentration in Software Engineering
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2014-2015 (last updated Aug. 13, 2014) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Minor Concentration Computer Science (18 credits)

The Minor Concentration Computer Science is designed for students who want to gain a basic understanding of computer science principles and may be taken in conjunction with any program in the Faculty of Arts. ...

For more information, see Minor Concentration Computer Science (18 credits).

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Major Concentration Computer Science (36 credits)

This Major concentration represents an in-depth introduction to computer science and its sub-areas. Students that are interested in further study in Computer Science can combine the Major Concentration Computer Science with the Supplementary Minor in Computer Science to constitute a program very close to the Major Computer Science offered by the Faculty of Science....

For more information, see Major Concentration Computer Science (36 credits).

Bachelor of Arts and Science (B.A. & Sc.) - Major Concentration Software Engineering (37 credits)

The Major Concentration Software Engineering focuses on the techniques and methodology required to design and develop complex software systems and covers the subject commonly known as "Software Engineering." ...

For more information, see Major Concentration Software Engineering (37 credits).

Bachelor of Arts & Science—2014-2015 (last updated Aug. 13, 2014) (disclaimer)