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Conestoga College Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)
Conestoga College

Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)

4 Years

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CAD 18,466 / per year

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The Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) (BCS) degree is a four-year program, including three paid co-op work terms, which will prepare graduates for a number of progressive job opportunities as high-quality software developers.

Building upon the recognized foundations of computer science, students will obtain applied and integrated knowledge and skills in software quality, reliability and security, emphasizing: testing methodologies, software project management techniques and a strong awareness of security/privacy issues. Readiness for practice will be developed in a multidisciplinary curriculum focused around experiential learning activities that will encompass knowledge of computer science theory and its application.

The program will be innovative in its use of technology to investigate issues, organize and manage inquiry, aid collaboration, and communicate information. Students will be challenged to examine multiple techniques in software design, development and testing; mastering professional practices that positively impact the quality of the software under development.

Featuring a multidisciplinary curriculum founded on computer science theory and its application, this degree offers experiential learning activities designed to produce career-ready graduates. With an eye to the future, the degree will introduce students to the latest emerging fields: Big Data Analysis, Cybersecurity, Cloud Computing, and the Internet of Things.

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