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    Course Overview:

    Most students complete a Major or Major with Option degree. In the first two years, the course offerings aim to establish a firm grounding in basic Computer Science and Mathematics, with specialization in the last two years. Graduates from these programs are well prepared to pursue careers in industry. With sufficiently high standing, entrance into graduate study is also possible.

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    The Honours degrees are the most comprehensive programs offered by the Department. For students who are planning to pursue further studies and specialization beyond the undergraduate level, these programs provide greater depth and breadth than the other degrees and correspondingly, a greater range of career options. Honours requires additional Math courses and more intensive study in Computer Science including a fourth year project.

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    6-8 hours

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    Students may also pursue a Minor in Computer Science by completing the requirements for the Minor Program in Computer Science in conjunction with the requirements for an Honours or Major Program offered by another Department. Why not combine English with a minor in Computer Science? The software engineering program leads to the degree of Bachelor of Software Engineering (BSEng).

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