Computing Systems with Specialization in Computer Science
Get advanced use of the latest science and digital technologies, with assistance from professors who are experts in their fields.
In only a few short decades, computer technology has influenced nearly every aspect of our lives. Because of this, the ability to create, manipulate and speak the language of computing systems has become some of the most valued skills applicable to almost every industry. When you study Computing Systems at Trent, you’ll get a chance to develop your skills in designing, implementing, and integrating software applications everything from supercomputers to game boards. This degree will equip you with the necessary skills required for a successful career in the ever-changing technology sector.
Find out more about a Computer Science Specialization.
Graduating students who have fulfilled the requirements for a single-major Honours degree in Computing Systems may apply for a Specialization in Computer Science if they have also successfully completed the following 8.0 credits:
- 3.0 COIS credits consisting of COIS 2320H, 3030H, 3050H, 3320H, 4050H, and 4100H
- 1.0 credit from ADMN
- 1.0 credit from AHCL, CAST, CUST, ENGL, FREN, HIST, HSST, PHIL, or WMST
- 1.0 credit from BIOL, CHEM, ERSC, FRSC, GEOG, or PHYS
- 2.0 additional credits outside of COIS and MATH
B. G. Patrick, BCS (Concordia), MSc (Queen’s), Ph.D., MBA (McGill)
- B.Sc. (Honours)