The Master of Science (Computer Science) co-operative education degree is a two-year program consisting of eight courses (including a research focused Master's project) and one work term. The program allows students to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to develop algorithms and software in a variety of applied settings including business, government and research laboratories. The needs of students and employers are met through a combination of academic training in the foundations and applications of computer science and practical experience in a work setting.
Work terms start in late April/early May and are 12 to 18 weeks in duration. Students must complete at least four courses before they are eligible to go on a work term.
|AT = Academic Term; WT = Work Term|