Bachelor of Computer Science



University: Algoma University
City : Brampton, Canada
Country : Canada
Duration : 4 Years

Program Overview:

Students enrolled in the four-year Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Cosc.) program can further enhance the quality of their degree by specializing in one of three minors: computer game technology; computer game technology and creative arts; or mobile software engineering. In the computer game technology minor, students will apply their foundational programming knowledge to the design and development of video game software. The computer game technology and creative arts minor enables students who are interested in the artistic aspects of computer games, such as the writing of plots, the development of game flow, and the development of graphics and music, to extend their analysis and design skills to these areas.

The Mobile Software Engineering minor enables the student to apply the foundational skills of Computer Science to the development of applications and systems that implement the use of mobile devices in modern computer systems.

Admission Requirements:

  • Credential Required: School Leaving Certificate Examination (Years 11 & 12)

  • Additional Documents: School Leaving Certificate Examination (Year 10)

  • Language Requirement: IELTS overall 6.5 no band less than 6.0

  • Entrance Scholarships GPA Scale**:

  1. 3.6 – 4.0 – (A+) – $5,000*

  2. 3.2 – 3.59 (A) $2,500

  3. 3.0 – 3.19 (B+) $1,000

  4. 2.8 – 2.99 (B) $500

*Awarding of the $5000 Chancellor’s Award requires an overall IELTS of 7.0, with no band below 6.0.

**All entrance scholarships awarded are conditional and are confirmed upon receipt of a sealed, official transcript mailed directly by the issuing institution.

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What you’ll get?

  • Understand the core concepts of Computer Science, both theoretical and applied.

  • Apply a sound knowledge of Computer Science to the identification, analysis, and solution of Computer Science problems.

  • Apply a high level of knowledge and skills in the application of computer programming to software development.

  • Utilize a variety of languages and tools to solve Computer Science problems;

  • Apply critical and creative thinking to a wide variety of problems.

  • Understand the professional, ethical and legal issues associated with the Computer Science profession.

Career Outlook:

After completing a degree in Computer Science, students are open to an array of career paths and opportunities. Many of our students pursue graduate programs and go on to pursue exciting careers in many areas. Graduates can and have pursued:

  • Computer Programmer

  • Computer Trainer

  • Database Developer

  • Video Game Developer

  • Web Developer

  • Business Systems Analyst

  • Management Consultant

  • Project Manager

  • Software Analyst

  • Systems Architect or Analyst

  • Information Specialist

Program Intake: May & September

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