- Department of Computer Science
Computer Science Programs- Program Requirements
- Combined Programs in Computer Science and Mathematics, and Computer Science and Statistics
- Combined Program in Geography and Computer Science (Geomatics)
- Combined Major Program in Health Information Science and Computer Science
- Combined Major in Music and Computer Science
- Combined Programs in Physics and Computer Science
- Combined Major in Psychology and Computer Science
- Combined Major Program in Visual Arts and Computer Science
- General Degree (BA or BSc - Faculties of Humanities, Science and Social Sciences)
- Minor in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science offers the following programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science:
Students who plan to pursue one of these programs and who meet the qualifications set out below should apply to the Undergraduate Admissions Office and should indicate that they wish to register in the Faculty of Engineering for their first year of study.
Students may complete a combined degree program in the following areas offered by the faculties indicated:
Students undertaking a combined degree program normally register in the faculty offering the degree as indicated above. Students are advised to consult the specific degree requirements for the combined program, particularly regarding admission requirements, application and possible enrolment limitations.
Students may also undertake a BSc or BA General degree program.
Students undertaking a General degree in Computer Science normally register in the faculty offering the second specialization area of their degree in their first year.
Students may also complete a Minor in Computer Science.
The department of Computer Science offers the following graduate degrees: MA, MSc, PhD. For information, please see the UVic Graduate Calendar.
Students considering or enrolled in a Major or Honours Program in Computer Science should seek academic advice through the Computer Science Advising Office. Students considering or enrolled in a combined BSc in Computer Science should seek academic advice from the Computer Science Advising Office and advisers for the second discipline.
All undergraduate courses offered by the department of Computer Science are open to all undergraduate students at the university if the regulations of their degree program permit and prerequisites are met.
Students taking a Major, Honours or combined degree program in Computer Science (except for a combined degree with Visual Arts, or a combined degree with Music) take ENGL 135. See Academic Writing Requirement for further information.
Students who demonstrate to the department that they have mastered the material of a course may be granted advanced placement.
Students may obtain credit for only one Computer Science course in each of the following pairs:
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