- GCSE/ IGCSE/ O Level – At least three different subject areas at the GCSE/ IGCSE/ O Level with final grades of at least ‘B/6’ or higher in one subject and 'C/4' or higher in two other subjects AND
GCE AS Level – Four different AS Level subjects with predicted and final grades of ‘B’ or better in two subjects and ‘C’ or better in two other subjects OR
GCE A Level - Two or more A Level subjects, with predicted and final grades of ‘B’ or higher in one subject and ‘C’ or higher in another subject.
- Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) (12 years of study) with excellent results including the applicable subject prerequisites.
- Academic IELTS - 6.5 overall (Minimum of 6.0 in each section is required.)
- 4 Years Full-time, 5 Years with Co-op
- No Non-Academic Requirements
- Located in the heart of Toronto
Program Name: Computer Science (BSc (Hons))
Intakes: January and September
This program enables students to become fluent in several programming languages and learn about data structures, algorithms, machine learning, data science, networks and operating systems to drive the economy forward. Students can also explore software engineering, computer vision, robotics, artificial intelligence, web-based development, human-computer interaction, computer graphics and virtual reality. Students will have access to specialized applied research facilities and labs in the state-of-the-art George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, and can pursue an optional paid co-op and/or concentration in Software Engineering that will prepare students for their career.
Students will drive the economy and society forward by programming or designing secure, reliable and innovative software solutions in almost every sector: the computing industry, health fields, civil service, manufacturing, banking, utility companies and insurance and consulting firms. Students may work as a cybersecurity specialist, full stack developer, software engineer, web application developer or product manager and use skills that will translate to both large multinational corporations and startups. Students may also choose to pursue a graduate degree in computer science (MSc and PhD).
Accredited by the Computer Science Accreditation Council of the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS).