Bachelor of Applied Computer ScienceAcadia University
About this Program
Level: Bachelor of Applied Computer Science
Discpline: Computer Sciences
Length: 8 semestersCheck My Eligibility
Students must complete 120 credit hours as follows: All of the following (42h): COMP 1113, COMP 1123, COMP 2103, COMP 2112, COMP 2203, COMP 2213, COMP 2663, COMP 2903, COMP 3343, COMP 3613, COMP 3663, COMP 3713, COMP 3753, COMP 4983, each with a minimum grade of C- 3h from: MATH 2233 or MATH 2213 with minimum grade of C- 6h from: MATH 1413/1323(recommended) or MATH 1313/1333 with minimum grades of C- 6h selected from English, Art at the 1000-level, Classics, Comparative Religion, a single lanaguage other than English, History, Music(not applied, vocal or instrumental methods, or practical studies) Philosophy, Theology(THEO 3013/3023, BIBL 2013/2023, GREE 3013/3023), or Women's and Gender Studies or COMM 1213/1223 (Students completing the specialization in Software Development may not count COMM 1213 and 1223 towards this requirement.) 9h of courses from the Faculty of Arts (not SOCI 3103). 54h of Interdisciplinary Study as follows: a. 6h of COMP with a minimum of C- b. 6h of COMP or MATH with a minimm of C- c. 42h with permission of the school that must contaib a Minor in another subject of at least 18h (all Minor courses must be completed with a minimum of C-) d.. of the above, 15h must not be Computer Science, Mathematics, or Co-operative Education.
Study and Work in Canada
Full-time undergraduate and post-graduate international students can work anywhere on or off campus without a work permit. The rules around the number of hours a student will be allowed to work may vary based on the country the student chooses to study in. International students are typically able to work up to 20 hours a week.