The School of Computing offers a variety of innovative undergraduate programs, including Biomedical Computing, Cognitive Science, Computing and the Creative Arts, Software Design, and many interesting multidisciplinary medial programs in computing. Be sure to check the complete listing of the
computer courses offered as well as our School Highlights.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020
We may not be able to meet in person, but that will not stop us from celebrating them and their achievements!
See our graduating class.
Creative Computing Showcase
Since we were unable to hold our annual showcase of undergraduate work, we decided to hold it online.
Check out the
Creative Computing blog to see what our undergraduate students were up to this year!
New NSERC CREATE Cybersecurity Graduate Program
The School of Computing is excited to announce a new NSERC CREATE graduate program in cybersecurity starting Fall 2019. Visit the
NSERC CREATE Cybersecurity homepage for more information.
New field of study for MSc and Phd students.
Undergraduate Studies in Computing
From Biomedical Computing to Computing and the Creative Arts, the Queen's School of Computing has something for everyone.
The breadth and depth of our award-winning research speaks for itself. Join our team of researchers and make a difference in the world.
The School is operating remotely with reduced physical access. For more information, see
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It is with great joy that we announce Selim Akl as one of the recipients of the Distinguished Service... Selim Akl receives the Distinguished Service Award
The IEEE Computer Society Technical Council on Software Engineering (TCSE) has awarded the 2020 TCSE New Directions Award to Dr.... Ahmed Hassan receives the 2020 TCSE New Directions Award from the IEEE Computer Society Council on Software Engineering
In response to the recent unknown data breach that took place at the Royal Military College, all staff have been... Professor David Skillicorn comments on the cybersecurity attack at the Royal Military College
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, the uncertainty of contracting the virus still remains. In an effort to bridge this... David Skillicorn comments on the efficacy of the COVID-19 contact tracing app
On Monday, June 1st at 2:30 pm, our graduating class of 163 Bachelor, Master’s, and PhD in Computing students would... Congratulations to the Computing Class of 2020
Original source Queen’s Gazette No stopping the Three Minute Thesis Alice Santilli, a master’s candidate in the School of Computing,... Alice Santilli wins Queen’s 3MT competition