Queen's School of Computing

Medials - The Program

Medial programs in computing are available with any other subject in the arts and sciences. Medial programs in computing are 4-year programs. They include 7 credits in computing and 7 credits in the other medial subject. A full year course counts as 1 credit and a half-course (marked with an *) counts as half a credit. The medial concentration in Computing for B.A. Honours programs is given below. Consult the Arts and Science calendar for the details on medial combinations in the sciences.

CISC-121* Introduction to Computing Science I
CISC-124* Introduction to Computing Science II
MATH-111 Linear Algebra
CISC-203* Discrete Mathematics for Computing Science
CISC-204* Logic for Computing Science
CISC-220* System-Level Programming
CISC-221* Computer Architecture
CISC-235* Information Structures
CISC-223* Software Specifications
CISC-260* Programming Paradigms
2.5 additional credits in CISC at the 200 level or above, including at least 1.0 credit at the 300 level and 0.5 credit at the 400 level.

4.0 elective credits