The following plan is intended for students aiming at graduate work in the
theory of Computing or in an applied area of Computing that requires significant mathematical expertise,
such as communications, optimization, security, or biomedical computing.
You start by applying at the
Ontario Universities Application
Centre using the program code QD (Queen's University, Computing)
and getting admitted to the Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree at Queen's.
Computing and Mathematics – Specialization (Computing) – Bachelor of Computing (Honours)
COMA-P-BCH or COMA-I-BCH (with internship)
This plan is administered by the School of Computing and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
It consists of 84.0 units as described below.
The plan, with sufficient electives to total 120.0 units, will lead to a Bachelor of Computing (Honours) Degree.
CORE COURSES (72.0 units)
Mathematics and Statistics
OPTION COURSES (12.0 units)
12.0 units from the following sets of courses, preferably concentrated in one of the following lists:
- Communications and Coding
MATH-401/3.0; MATH-406/3.0; MATH-418/3.0; MATH-474/3.0; MATH-477/3.0
- Data Analysis
CISC-333/3.0; STAT-361/3.0; STAT-462/3.0; STAT-463/3.0; STAT-464/3.0; STAT-471/3.0; STAT-486/3.0
- Theory in Computer Science
MATH-401/3.0; MATH-402/3.0; MATH-418/3.0;
- Discrete Math and Optimization
MATH-337/3.0, MATH-401/3.0, MATH-402/3.0, CISC-466/3.0
- Biomathematics and Biomedical Computing
BIOM-300/3.0; CISC-333/3.0; MATH-339/3.0; CISC-330/3.0; CISC-457/3.0; CISC-472/3.0