The full-time Master of Applied Computing (MAC) program can be completed in four to five terms, depending on whether or not you pursue the co-op or thesis option. The part-time program allows you to take one to two courses per term and complete your degree in four to six terms.
Students in the full-time, thesis option can take four terms (16 months) to complete their degree.
Students who select the Cooperative Education Option will complete a total of six courses plus an eight-month paid cooperative education component in terms 3 and 4.
Students will complete two terms of coursework prior to the co-op component. Following placement, students will return for one final academic term in which they will take CP680: Capstone Project, designed to help them connect their work and academic experiences.
Students in the full-time, co-op option can take five terms (20 months) to complete their degree.
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