Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
University of Manitoba Undergraduate
4 - 5 years
CAD 19,800 / per year
Earliest start date
How many computers have you used today? Think about the app used to find your bus, the online tool used to post pictures, and the video games you are looking forward to playing. Computers and software aid, inform and enrich our lives. A degree in Computer Science will help you contribute to the incredible ways computers are shaping our lives. Computer Science offers a rewarding, flexible and lucrative career.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Manitoba is an internationally recognized research center, and our students have opportunities to work in active research laboratories including robotics, autonomous agents, bioinformatics, novel interface design, using mathematics and methods from nature to solve computing problems, and more. Our students have access to a modern selection of cutting-edge courses, and our well-established co-op programs send students to exciting workplaces including government offices, movie and game studios. Further, through our elective program students are able to combine Computer Science with study in a wide variety of fields including the arts and music, psychology, mathematics, engineering, management, and many more. Computer Science degree programs at UM are internationally accredited by the CIPS (Canadian Information Processing Society) Computer Science Accreditation Council under the Seoul Accord.
- Software Engineering
- Human-Computer Interaction and Computer Graphics
- Artificial Intelligence
- Networks and Security
- Computer Systems
- Theoretical Computer Science
Co-op Education Program
The Department of Computer Science offers an exciting Co-op education option in all its programs where students participate in three, 4-month work terms, graduating with twelve months of well-paid work experience. Students have an amazing opportunity to meet employers and get career support before graduation. There are employers in a wide variety of fields in Winnipeg and other national and international locations, including the USA and Japan.