Master of Applied Computer Science
The Master of Applied Computer Science (MACS) is a 16-month graduate degree that prepares students for dynamic careers in the software industry. Student develop their technical skills through core courses in systems, communications, and data management. They then apply what they have learnt in a paid industry internship, entrepreneurship workterm, or research project. The program is also open to students with a STEM undergraduate degree outside of computer science and engineering who complete a two term preparatory program in software development.
Choose between three streams to create the program that is right for you.
- Internship: Obtain technical experience in the context of an industrial work placement.
- Entrepreneurship: Learn the technical and business knowledge needed to create your own business.
- Project: Gain technical experience as you complete a research project within an established research program.