When you are completing the Computer Science (BSc) program, you will gain strong algorithm analysis and design skills in procedural, object-oriented and low-level languages. Sample courses include applied cryptology, digital electronics, computer graphics, parallel programming and Windows application programming. .
Co-op gives you the opportunity to develop skills and gain real-world experience while completing three paid work terms lasting up to four months each.
You apply for admission to co-op at the beginning of second year, and may be eligible for an admission interview in November.
If you are admitted to co-op, you will get assistance with career planning, job search and interview preparation through the Fundamentals of Co-operative Education course. You will then apply to job postings and attend interviews
Interested? Learn more about applying to co-op.
The Computer Science co-op program includes three work terms.
|Year||Fall (Sept. to Dec.)||Winter (Jan. to April)||Spring (May to August)|
|One||Study Term||Study Term||Break|
|Two||Study Term||Study Term||Study Term|
|Three||Work Term 1||Study Term||Work Term 2|
|Four||Study Term||Work Term 3||Study Term|
Check out the average weekly salary data for students in Business and Economics co-op programs, who tend to make comparable salaries. This data is available for your reference. Employers determine students’ salaries.
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