Posted on March 05, 2019 at 1:30 PM

Study Bachelor of Applied Science (Computer Science) from Department of Computing and Software in McMaster University, Canada

Our Location:: Hamilton, Ontario: The Waterfall Capital of Canada. Close proximity to Toronto and Niagara Falls. Regional campuses in Burlington, Kitchener-Waterloo, Niagara and downtown Hamilton.

McMaster is ranked #146 in the world and fifth in Canada as per QS World University Rankings (June 2018)

McMaster University has gained an international reputation for the innovative educational programming offered by its DeGroote School of Business, faculties of Engineering, Health Sciences, Humanities, Science and Social Sciences, as well as its Arts & Science Program.

What is Computer Science:: The Honours Computer Science program offers courses designed to develop students into highly knowledgeable and skilled systems analysts, database specialists, software developers, and system administrators. Additionally, it prepares students for an accelerated master's degree. The program is built around three core areas: computing fundamentals, software design, and systems. Students are trained in modern systems-oriented topics such as distributed networks, secure, high-performance, and web-based systems.

The Computer Science program is built on four columns: Theoretical foundations of Computer Science Programming courses Software Design courses Systems oriented courses

This design philosophy ensures that our students understand the fundamentals and gives them the key advantage in today's job market.

Understand how to compose sound programs in modern programming languages Understand Software Design and Software Management Understand the needs of modern Software systems including the internet and the World Wide Web Select freely from 24 units (8 courses) in other areas of science to tailor your education to your intere

Engineering Co-op Program The Engineering Co-op Program is an optional program which provides you with the opportunity to work in real engineering positions before you graduate. The Undergraduate Co-op Program is administered by the Engineering Co-op and Career Services Department (ECCS). Example Employers: Advanced MicroDevices (AMD) Microsoft Bell Canada Evertz Microsystems IBM Canada Ford Motor Company of Canada Toronto Hydro Corporation ArcelorMittal CIBC Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada

Career Paths Computer Science graduates find employment in a wide variety of industries, from large companies in banking, insurance, retail, and software, through to medium sized-firms, but also start-ups. Graduate school is also an option for those who want to further deepen their understanding of computing. Initial positions for computer science graduates often have titles such as programmer, programmer/analyst, analyst, or web developer. Entrepreneurial students can get help with their start-ups through some courses and The Forge, affiliated with McMaster. IP generated by students is owned by the students at McMaster. Example Career Paths: App development Software analysis Computer System Development

Mr. Deepak, Education Manager, Career XL Services says The average Computer Science salary in Canada is $65,300 per year or $33.49 per hour. Entry level positions start at $23,888 per year while most experienced workers make up to $111,010 per year.

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