Since 1969, the Queen's School of Computing has developed its programs through research and scholarship and become one of the leading establishments in its field. We're proud to celebrate 50 years of innovation, academic excellence and providing students with everything they need for a successful career.
The School of Computing is well-known for its friendly and welcoming environment. Many students have even noted that it feels like a family because of the personalized support and guidance they receive from faculty and staff.
In addition to six Bachelor of Computing (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) programs, the School also offers Master's and Ph.D. graduate programs. For those not enrolled in Computing, the School offers introductory computing instruction to the university as a whole as well as certificate programs.
The School of Computing is actively engaged in research on a broad range of topics, with an eminent research record. Research areas include:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Biomedical Computing
- Data Analytics
- Human Computer Interaction and Gaming
- Software Engineering
- Systems and Networks
- Theory of Computation
Job Opportunities for Graduates
Since computing forms one of the pillars of our modern world, School of Computing graduates receive the education, skills, and support they need to start the career they desire. Graduates have worked at reputable companies and institutions including:
- Cancer Care Ontario
- CIBC Mellon
- Queen's University and other major academic institutions
Students can gain industry experience through a 12-16 month internship with the Queen's Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP).
The School occupies much of Goodwin Hall; the administrative offices are on the 5th floor. Goodwin Hall is physically linked to: