Teaching

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Our students are taught the necessary skills to help every industry navigate today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities. Study alongside our internationally-recognized profs in one of our undergraduate and graduate programs. 

Recent stories

  • Allscripts partnership enables students to architect healthcare’s future
    For graduates of the Master of Health Informatics, an internship with Allscripts makes possible a rewarding career in Canadian healthcare.
  • Turning ideas into reality
    Pedestrian safety, paperless workplaces and growing Nova Scotian exports — learn how a new Innovation Technology course at Dal is helping students take on real-world challenges with compelling digital solutions.
  • Why taking Facebook quizzes is a really bad idea
    Popular social media quizzes, like the ones that pop up in Facebook feeds, may look harmless and fun — but taking them can leave you vulnerable to identity theft or fraud, according to researcher and CBC Information Morning tech columnist Nur Zincir-Heywood.
  • Mentorship Matters
    In 2018, thirty-two female students received the first Women in Technology Scholarships. Since then, many have been benefitting from mentorship from female tech leaders in industry.
  • Get valuable work experience while studying in the booming tech hub of Halifax
    One of Canada’s fastest-growing cities, Halifax in Nova Scotia is currently seeing incredible growth in its population. A booming local tech industry is contributing to this.
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Faculty & Research

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The Faculty of Computer Science at Dalhousie University is the premier academic research institution in Information and Communications Technology in Nova Scotia. Learn about our faculty and research.