The Bachelor of Science program is a Three Year program and four year non direct entry program.
1. There are two focus areas in this program: Business Focus and Science Focus. Students must choose one at the time of initial registration. For help in making this choice, contact the Chair of the Department of Computer Science.
2. Year-to-year continuation in the program requires an average of at least 60% in all Computer Science courses.
3.Students completing the Business Focus program requirements and wishing to qualify for the Entrepreneurship Certificate in the Faculty of Business Administration must take Business 3215 and, instead of Business 1013, take as an elective a course from the following list: Business 2033, 3013, 3213, 3413, 4253, or an alternate approved by the Faculty of Business Administration.
4. In the Science Focus at least one FCE elective from Type C courses (except Engineering) must be at the second year level or higher and such specified electives must not include zero level courses.
5. Students following either the Science Focus or Business Focus and wishing to pursue scientific computing should choose Mathematics 3351 and/or Mathematics 3371 and should choose the necessary prerequisites from Mathematics as part of their electives.
First Year (Fall and Winter):
(a) Mathematics 1171, 1271
(b) Computer Science 1411, 1431
(c) One FCE elective chosen from any combination of first year English, History or Philosophy
(d) One FCE elective
(a) Business 1511, 1512
(a) One FCE elective from Type C courses (except Engineering)
Second Year (Fall and Winter):
(a) Mathematics 2310, 2255
(b) Computer Science 2412, 2430, 2453, 2476, 2477
(c) One-half course elective
(a) Business 2514, 2538
(a) Sociology 2755
(b) One half-course elective from Type C courses (except Engineering)
Third Year (Fall and Winter):
(a) Computer Science 3413, 3415, 3473
(b) Four courses from: Computer Science 4453, or List of Program Electives(see HBSc (Computer Science) Co-operative Program)
(c ) One FCE elective
(a) Sociology 2755
(a) One half-course elective from Type C courses (except Engineering)
Note: The Indigenous Content Requirement is being fulfilled by the Sociology 2755.