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This new Master’s in Applied Computer Science and Society program is unique in North America.
The program will foster critical reflection on how technology and society interact. It will offer a pragmatic and applied curriculum, addressing globalization and cultural issues alongside technical instruction.
The new program will fulfill the largest growing occupational needs in government, industry and non-profit sectors. An internationally educated faculty engaged in innovative computing research will offer the program.
Students may switch from course-based to thesis-based program at any time during the program provided a thesis supervisor is willing to accept them. The department is not responsible for finding thesis supervisors. For the thesis track, the student must also have a supervisor selection prior to admission
This graduate program focuses on issues of technology and human/social aspects of computing in four core areas:
The expected time to graduate is 2 years; the maximum time is 5 years.
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Duolingo: A minimum score of 120.
Students may be admitted if they hold an Honours or 4-year Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Computer Science, Computer Science and/or Engineering, Mathematics or equivalent and if they present a suitable selection of courses. Minimum Entry Requirement: Overall GPA of 3.0.
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