|School:||University of New Brunswick – Fredericton|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Computer Science|
|Field of Study:||Computer Science
|Description:||Computer science isn’t just about computers; it’s about using computers to understand and solve large problems. Combatting climate change, finding cures for diseases, helping children learn – solving any of these issues can begin by studying computer science. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is part of almost everything you do from the car you drive to the movies you watch to the cell phone you use. It drives innovation in almost every area of your life. Computing professionals are the creative people who are responsible for many of these innovations. That means career options in computer science are limited only by your imagination.
Through a mix of theory and practical experience, you will learn the fundamentals of computer science, including how to design and build software, how to develop effective ways to solve problems, and how to create new and better ways of using computers. You will study the latest technologies and ideas in this rapidly evolving field. At UNB the Co-op Program in Computer Science consists of eight study terms and four to six work terms of four months each.
|URL:||Computer Science at University of New Brunswick – Fredericton|
|Cost per year:*||
The co-op fee is $730.00 per work term.
|Careers:||Software Engineer,Computer Programmers,Video Game Programmers|
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||75|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
One additional course is required.