You can complete a BSc in Computer Science in one of two ways: by direct enrollment in the program at the UofL, or as a Post-Diploma BSc after completing an approved college diploma. By participating in either of these programs, you will gain a broad range of knowledge and experience in the field.
Bachelor of Science:
The Department offers a major in Computer Science for the 40-course Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) degree programs. You can also select a General Major in the Sciences and choose Computer Science as one of the three streams, or opt for a BSc in Computer Science and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in the direct enrollment BSc. Alternatively, you can declare Computer Science as your BSc major for the Combined BSc/BMgt program.
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Science:
This two-year program’s primary focus is to enhance your previous training with solid theoretical foundation in computing. This combination of technical and academic studies will give you a unique competitive advantage when launching your career or pursuing graduate studies in Computer Science.
See www.uleth.ca/postdiploma for more information on approved Computer Science Diploma programs.
Course selections for the program will vary depending on your degree, but may include:
The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science offers a major in Mathematics for the 40-course Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) degree programs. You can also select a General Major in the Sciences and choose Mathematics as one of the three streams. Alternatively, you can declare Mathematics as your BSc major for the Combined BSc/BEd or BSc/BMgt programs.
Course selections for the program will vary, but may include:
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