How do I transfer to a Computing degree program from another program within the Faculty of Arts and Science?
- If you need to change plans immediately in order to be in the right plan for graduation, you must contact the Faculty of Arts and Science.
- If you are a first year student, you must contact Queen's Admissions.
- Otherwise, complete the Faculty of Arts and Science's Change My Plan form during pre-registration periods in the Spring.
How do I transfer to a Computing degree program from the Faculty of Applied Science?
It's relatively easy to transfer. You must visit the Arts and Science faculty office in Dunning Hall.
Many of your Applied Science courses will transfer directly to Arts and Science courses. Students actually transfer fairly often, so the university has a good idea of the course equivalents, making the transfer a straight-forward process. Be aware that some Applied Science courses do not transfer to Arts and Science, so you may not be able to complete your degree in the same time frame as if you remained in Applied Science. For a student in good standing, the transfer is more-or-less automatic.
I am currently a Queen's graduate student in a discipline other than Computing. Can I take a Computing course or transfer to a Computing degree program?
You can take CISC undergraduate courses while registered as a graduate student at Queen's. If you're interested in being admitted into a Computing undergraduate degree program, you must contact the Queen's Admissions Office.
You may also apply to the School's Master's program if you meet the requirements.