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Computer Science (Faculty of Engineering)

Can be taken as: Minor

Computer science encompasses everything from theory to applications, including software engineering, programming languages, robotics, compilers, databases, game design and development, operating systems, artificial intelligence, computational biology, computer vision, and the analysis of algorithms.

You can study Computer Science at McGill in many different ways. The Minor in Computer Science for Engineering students may be taken in addition to the courses required for the B.Eng. degree. Minor programs normally consist of 18-24 credits, allowing 9-12 credits of overlap with the degree program. The real credit cost to the student is typically 9 to 15 credits, representing one term beyond the typical length of the B.Eng. degree program.

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DETAILED PROGRAM OUTLINE:

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) - Minor Computer Science