The Master of Applied Computing is a course-based professional graduate program offered by the School of Computer Science will provide you with a solid foundation and knowledge of industry-oriented practical aspects of Computer Science, preparing you to take up positions in the growing software industry in Canada and around the world.
The skills and knowledge gained from this program will allow you to develop a successful career in the growing software industry through practical projects, internships and in-class training. This program has been specifically designed to expose you to the latest technologies and developments in a number of high-demand fields.
You will study and live in Canada for approximately 16 consecutive months while enrolled in 8 prescribed courses and one Project/Internship (2 course credit). Courses include not only Computer Science but also Business classes.
September and January
Term 1 (September –December) Study
Term 2 (January – April) Study and Transform
Term 3 ( May – August) Study
Term 4 (September – December)On Campus Project or an Industry Internship
Term 1 (January – April) Study
Term 2 (May – August) Study and Transform
Term 3 (September – December) Study
Term 4 ( January – April) On campus Project or an Industry Internship
Work Integrated Learning Coordinator
Victoria Wert, WIL Coordinator, Computer Science, MSc. in Computer Science and Master of Applied Computing
(519) 253-3000, Ext. 2567