Academic advising & support
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Dedicated academic advisors
Get to know one of our friendly advisors. They will help you develop plans for a major, guide you through any questions you have about academic or administrative requirements, help you identify resources and opportunities on campus and simply be there for you when you need to talk.
- Mr. James Fleming (chair)
- Ms. Angie Bolivar (first year student advising)
- Dr. Jamie Blustein
- Dr. Kirstie Hawkey
- Dr. Alex Brodsky
Make an appointment
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, Banner ID, and reason for making an appointment with and undergraduate advisor.
Requirements and suggestions for your undergraduate degree
- Suggested courses for Bachelor of Computer Science students
- Suggested courses for Bachelor of Applied Computer Science students
Degree requirement checklists
- Bachelor of Computer Science Degree Requirements [PDF - 53KB] - pre-Sept 2018
- Bachelor of Computer Science Degree Requirements [PDF - 53KB] - post-Sept 2018
- Bachelor of Applied Computer Science Degree Requirements [PDF - 53KB] - pre-Sept 2018
- Bachelor of Applied Computer Science Degree Requirements [PDF - 53KB] - post-Sept 2018
Frequently used undergraduate forms
Frequently asked questions
Read some of the answers to frequently received questions on topics concerning both prospective and current undergraudate students.
The Learning Centre
The learning centre is available to all Faculty of Computer Science students. Teaching Assistants on staff can help with concepts taught in the core Computer Science classes, and will try to help with the non-core courses. The Centre is located in room 233 (on the second floor) of the Goldberg Computer Science Building and is staffed seven days a week by senior undergraduate and graduate students who are knowledgeable and eager to help. If you're stuck, go in and put your name on the list. Operating hours and other details available on the learning centre page.
Research for learning and researching
The Computer Science Librarian has created lists of useful resources in the Accessible Computer Science Research Guide. The most popular lists are for downloading articles, accessing ebooks and citation examples using the APA, ACM, and IEEE styles. These lists and more, are available in the Accessible Computer Science Research Guide.
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