Computer science is a stimulating, broad field of study that encompasses everything from theory to application. You can study diverse topics like software engineering, programming languages, robotics, compilers, databases, game design and development, operating systems, artificial intelligence, computational biology, computer vision, and the analysis of algorithms.
Pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science will strengthen your analytical thinking and creative problem solving skills. You can explore subjects with a wide range of applications — from medicine to business and beyond.
Computer science is a field teeming with innovation. It plays a pivotal role in our economy, culture and personal lives. Did you know that the first internet search engine was created at McGill’s School of Computer Science in 1987 by Alan Emtage, a McGill alumnus?