# Joint Program (2+2) in Computer Science

### Dalhousie University and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

## Overview

A student who successfully completes this four-year program of study, will be awarded a either a Bachelor of Computer Science or a Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours from Dalhousie University (DAL), Halifax, Canada and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC).

- The first two years are taught at UESTC.
- The following two years are taught at DAL.
- Admission to the DAL portion of the program requires:
- successful completion of the prescribed curriculum at UESTC
- a GPA of 3.0 on the DAL scale computed on selected courses
- a satisfactory English proficiency score

- A student enrolled in the program may be permitted to take the Co-operative Education option if he or she satisfies the English language requirement for unconditional admission. A student who completes all degree requirements as well as the co-op requirements will be awarded either a Bachelor of Computer Science (Co-operative Education) or a Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours (Co-operative Education).
- Depending on elective selections, DAL will also award a certificate in one of the following four specializations:
- Data Science
- Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems
- Communication Technologies and Cyber Security
- Graphics, Gaming, and Media

## Curriculum at UESTC – Years 1 and 2

For students in the UESTC Computer Science program | ||||
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Semester | Course No. | Course Name | Credits | GPA |

1 | 6082001 | Fundamentals of Programming | 2.5 | X |

1 | 13051001 | College English II | 4 | X |

1 | 10071005 | Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry I | 4 | X |

1 | 10071006 | Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry II | 5 | X |

1 | 10071001 | Calculus I | 6 | X |

1 | 10071002 | Fundamentals of Mathematical Analysis I | ||

1 | 14041001 | Physical Education I | ||

1 | 19121001 | Military Theory | ||

1,2 | 16031001 | Morals & Ethics & Fundamentals of Law | ||

1,2 | 16031002 | Outline of Modern Chinese History | ||

1,2,3,4 | 16031005 | Situation and Policies | ||

2 | 13051002 | College English II | 4 | X |

2 | 10071003 | Calculus II | 5 | X |

2 | 4071001 | Physics I | 4 | X |

2 | 6082002 | Discrete Mathematics | 4.5 | X |

2 | 6084021 | Object-oriented Programming in Java | 3 | X |

2 | 10071004 | Fundamentals of Mathematical Analysis II | ||

2 | 20082001 | Fundamentals of Circuit Analysis | ||

2 | 14041002 | Physical Education II | ||

3 | 13051003 | College English II or English Elective I | 4 | X |

3 | 10071007 | Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics | 3.5 | X |

3 | 4071002 | Physics II | 4 | X |

3 | 4071003 | College Physics Experiment I | 2 | X |

3 | 6082003 | Data Structure | 4 | X |

3 | 6084022 | C++ Programming | 3 | X |

3 | 20082002 | Fundamentals of Analog Circuits | ||

3 | 14041003 | Physical Education III | ||

4 | 6082025 | Computer Graphics | 2 | X |

4 | 4071004 | College Physics Experiment II | 2 | X |

4 | 6082005 | Computer Networks | 3.5 | X |

4 | 6082004 | Digital Logic | 4 | X |

4 | 10071008 | Mathematical Experiment | ||

4 | 14041004 | Physical Education IV | ||

ELECTIVE CREDITS REQUIRED BY UESTC |

For students in the UESTC Software Technology program | ||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Semester | Course No. | Course Name | Credits | GPA |

1 | D1000160 | Calculus I | 6 | X |

1 | D1000540 | Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry I | 4 | X |

1 | E2200140 | C Language Programming | 4 | X |

1 | F2200210 | Introduction to Information Engineering | 1 | X |

1 | 14041001 | Physical Education I | ||

1 | 19121001 | Military Theory | ||

1,2 | 16031001 | Morals & Ethics & Fundamentals of Law | ||

1,2 | 16031002 | Outline of Modern Chinese History | ||

1,2,3,4 | B1300140 | English | 16 | X |

1,2,3,4 | 16031005 | Situation and Policies | ||

2 | D1000250 | Calculus II | 5 | X |

2 | E2200440 | Data Structure and Algorithm | 4 | X |

2 | E2200530 | Object-oriented Programming (Java) | 3 | X |

2 | E2200330 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 | X |

2 | 14041002 | Physical Education II | ||

3 | D1000735 | Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics | 3.5 | X |

3 | E2201040 | Principles of Computer Operating System | 4 | X |

3 | F2200120 | IT Engineer Professional Ethics | 2 | X |

3 | E2200940 | Principles of Computer Organization and Architecture | 4 | X |

3 | 14041003 | Physical Education III | ||

4 | E2201140 | Fundamentals of Computer Networks | 4 | X |

4 | D1001820 | Mathematical Modeling | 2 | X |

4 | E2201240 | Database Principles and Applications | 4 | X |

4 | E2201330 | Fundamentals of Software Engineering | 3 | X |

4 | G2215420 | Human-Computer Interface Design | 2 | X |

4 | 14041004 | Physical Education IV | ||

ELECTIVE CREDITS REQUIRED BY UESTC |

For students in the UESTC Information Engineering program | ||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Semester | Course No. | Course Name | Credits | GPA |

1 | E2200140 | C Language Programming | 4 | X |

1 | D1000160 | Calculus I | 6 | X |

1 | D1000540 | Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry I | 4 | X |

1 | 19121001 | Military Theory | ||

1 | 14041001 | Physical Education I | ||

1,2,3,4 | 16031005 | Situation and Policies | ||

1,2 | 16031001 | Morals & Ethics & Fundamentals of Law | ||

1,2 | 16031002 | Outline of Modern Chinese History | ||

1,2,3,4 | B1300140 | English | 16 | X |

2 | D1000250 | Calculus II | 5 | X |

2 | E2201530 | Digital Logic Design | 3 | X |

2 | F2200210 | Introduction to Information Engineering | 1 | X |

2 | K1001320 | Mathematical Experiment | 2 | X |

2 | D0400440 | University Physics II | 4 | X |

2 | 14041002 | Physical Education II | ||

3 | E2201750 | Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits | 5 | X |

3 | F2200120 | IT Engineer Professional Ethics | 2 | X |

3 | H2200540 | Object-oriented Programming (C++) | 4 | X |

3 | E2200740 | Principles of Computer Organization and Architecture | 4 | X |

3 | D1000735 | Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics | 3.5 | X |

3 | 14041003 | Physical Education III | ||

4 | E2200440 | Data Structure and Algorithm | 4 | X |

4 | G2210150 | Digital Signal Processing | 5 | X |

4 | E2201030 | Fundamentals of Software Engineering | 3 | X |

4 | E1001720 | Mathematical Modeling | 2 | X |

4 | E2201040 | Principles of Computer Operating System | 4 | X |

4 | G2210030 | Stochastic Signal Analysis | 3 | X |

4 | 14041004 | Physical Education IV | ||

ELECTIVE CREDITS REQUIRED BY UESTC |

For students in the UESTC Network Security program | ||||
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Semester | Course No. | Course Name | Credits | GPA |

1 | F2200210 | Introduction to Information Engineering | 1 | X |

1 | E2200140 | C Language Programming | 4 | X |

1 | D1000540 | Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry I | 4 | X |

1 | D1000160 | Calculus I | 6 | X |

1 | 14041001 | Physical Education I | ||

1 | 19121001 | Military Theory | ||

1,2,3,4 | 16031005 | Situation and Policies | ||

1,2 | 16031001 | Morals & Ethics & Fundamentals of Law | ||

1,2 | 16031002 | Outline of Modern Chinese History | ||

1,2,3,4 | B1300140 | English | 16 | X |

2 | D1000820 | Mathematical Experiment | 2 | X |

2 | E2201530 | Digital Logic Design | 3 | X |

2 | F2230130 | Applied Mathematics | 3 | X |

2 | F2230210 | Introduction to Information Security | 3 | X |

2 | E2200530 | Object-oriented Programming (Java) | 3 | X |

2 | E2200440 | Data Structure and Algorithm | 4 | X |

2 | D0400340 | University Physics I | 4 | X |

2 | D1000250 | Calculus II | 5 | X |

2 | 14041002 | Physical Education II | ||

3 | F2200120 | IT Engineer Professional Ethics | 2 | X |

3 | G2231130 | Mathematical Foundations of Information Security | 3 | X |

3 | D1000735 | Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics | 3.5 | X |

3 | E2201040 | Principles of Computer Operating System | 4 | X |

3 | E2200940 | Principles of Computer Organization and Architecture | 4 | X |

3 | 14041003 | Physical Education III | ||

4 | D1001820 | Mathematical Modeling | 2 | X |

4 | G2231230 | Foundations of Cryptography | 3 | X |

4 | E2201330 | Fundamentals of Software Engineering | 3 | X |

4 | E2201140 | Fundamentals of Computer Networks | 4 | X |

4 | E2201240 | Database Principles and Applications | 4 | X |

4 | 14041004 | Physical Education IV | ||

ELECTIVE CREDITS REQUIRED BY UESTC |

For students in the Animation program | ||||
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Semester | Course No. | Course Name | Credits | GPA |

1 | D1000160 | Calculus I | 6.0 | X |

1 | D1000540 | Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry I | 4.0 | X |

1 | E2200140 | C Language Programming | 4.0 | X |

1 | F2245020 | Introduction to Digital Media | 2.0 | X |

1 | B1400110 | Physical Education I | ||

1 | B9800110 | Military Theory | ||

1,2 | B1600130 | Morals & Ethics & Fundamentals of Law | ||

1,2 | B1600220 | Outline of Modern Chinese History | ||

1,2,3,4 | B9800320 | Situation and Policies | ||

1,2,3,4 | B1300140 | English | 16.0 | X |

2 | D1000250 | Calculus Ⅱ | 5.0 | X |

2 | E2200330 | Discrete Mathematics | 3.0 | X |

2 | E2200440 | Data Structure and Algorithm | 4.0 | X |

2 | F2245130 | Computer Graphics | 3.0 | X |

2 | F2200540 | Object-oriented Programming (C++) | 4.0 | X |

2 | G2245320 | Aesthetic Foundation | 2.0 | X |

2 | K1001320 | Mathematical Experiment | 2.0 | X |

2 | B1400210 | Physical Education II | ||

3 | D1000735 | Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics | 3.5 | X |

3 | E2201240 | Database Principles and Applications | 4.0 | X |

3 | E2200740 | Principles of Computer Organization and Architecture | 4.0 | X |

3 | G2245230 | Computer Animation | 3.0 | X |

3 | G2245420 | Colour and Composition | 2.0 | X |

3 | K2245830 | Project I | 3.0 | X |

3 | B1400310 | Physical Education III | ||

4 | E2201040 | Principles of Computer Operating System | 4.0 | X |

4 | 603635 | Fundamentals of Computer Networks | 3.5 | X |

4 | E1001720 | Mathematical Modeling | 2.0 | X |

4 | K2245930 | Project II | 3.0 | X |

4 | B1400410 | Physical Education IV | ||

ELECTIVE CREDITS REQUIRED BY UESTC |

## Curriculum at DAL – Years 3 and 4

The DAL degree awarded is either a Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS) or Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours (BCS-H), depending on the courses selected.

For students in the UESTC Computer Science program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 2141 | Introduction to Database Systems | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

7 x free electives at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

6 x free electives at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

- Must be taken in term 5 (Fall term of year 3 of the program), or with permission of the Dalhousie Program Manager, in term 7 (Fall term of year 4 of the program).
- If a computer science course requires the Dalhousie Writing Requirement or any of the following courses as a prerequisite, that prerequisite will be waived: CSCI 1100, CSCI 1101, MATH 1000, MATH 1010, CSCI 2110, CSCI 2121, CSCI 2132, STAT 2060, MATH 2030, CSCI 3171.
- None of the following courses may be chosen as an elective: CSCI 1100, CSCI 1101, MATH 1000, MATH 1010, CSCI 2110, CSCI 2121, CSCI 2132, STAT 2060, MATH 2030, CSCI 3171.
- It is recommended but not required that the Computer Science electives should include CSCI 4192: Directed Studies, taken before CSCI 8873.

For students in the UESTC Software Technology program and Animation program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

8 x free elective at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

7 x free elective at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

- Must be taken in term 5 (Fall term of year 3 of the program), or with permission of the Dalhousie Program Manager, in term 7 (Fall term of year 4 of the program).
- If a computer science course requires the Dalhousie Writing Requirement or any of the following courses as a prerequisite, that prerequisite will be waived: CSCI 1100, CSCI 1101, MATH 1000, MATH 1010, CSCI 2110, CSCI 2121, CSCI 2132, STAT 2060, MATH 2030, CSCI 3171.
- None of the following courses may be chosen as an elective: CSCI 1100, CSCI 1101, MATH 1000, MATH 1010, CSCI 2110, CSCI 2121, CSCI 2132, STAT 2060, MATH 2030, CSCI 3171.
- It is recommended but not required that the Computer Science electives should include CSCI 4192: Directed Studies, taken before CSCI 8873.

For students in the UESTC Information Engineering program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 2112 | Discrete Mathematics | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 2141 | Introduction to Database Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

6 x free electives at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

5 x free electives at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

- Must be taken in term 5 (Fall term of year 3 of the program), or with permission of the Dalhousie Program Manager, in term 7 (Fall term of year 4 of the program).
- If a computer science course requires the Dalhousie Writing Requirement or any of the following courses as a prerequisite, that prerequisite will be waived: CSCI 1100, CSCI 1101, MATH 1000, MATH 1010, CSCI 2110, CSCI 2121, CSCI 2132, STAT 2060, MATH 2030, CSCI 3171.
- None of the following courses may be chosen as an elective: CSCI 1100, CSCI 1101, MATH 1000, MATH 1010, CSCI 2110, CSCI 2121, CSCI 2132, STAT 2060, MATH 2030, CSCI 3171.
- It is recommended but not required that the Computer Science electives should include CSCI 4192: Directed Studies, taken before CSCI 8873.

For students in the UESTC Network Security program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 2112 | Discrete Mathematics | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

7 x free elective at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

6 x free elective at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

## Co-operative Education option

Far a student who takes the co-op option, academic terms alternate with work-terms in industry, according to the following schedule. In addition, the student is required to take the non-credit course CSCI 8890: Co-op Seminar during his or her first term at DAL.

Year at DAL | Fall | Winter | Summer |
---|---|---|---|

1 | Academic (including CSCI 8890) |
Academic | Work |

2 | Academic | Work | Academic |

3 | Work | Academic |

## GPA Calculation for admission to DAL

- Maximum GPA on the DAL scale is 4.3
- Each UESTC course mark is converted to a DAL GPA according to to the table below.
- GPA for admission to year 3 at DAL is the average GPA of the courses marked X in the "GPA" column of the table of UESTC courses above, weighted by credit value.

UESTC mark | DAL Grade | GPA |
---|---|---|

94 + | A+ | |

89-93 | A | 4.0 |

83-88 | A- | |

78-82 | B+ | |

75-77 | B | 3.0 |

72-74 | B- | |

69-71 | C+ | |

65-68 | C | |

60-65 | D | 1.0 |

0-59 | F |

## English language proficiency requirements

All applicants whose first language is not English must provide proof of English proficiency in the form of results from standard tests. Note that the English language proficiency requirements are subject to change, so it is important that you satisfy the criteria in effect at the time you apply for admission to the Dalhousie portion of Phase 1.

An applicant whose English proficiency score is less than 6.5 on the IELTS scale but at least 6.0 may be provisionally admitted, but required to take English classes before beginning full-time study in the program.

## Working while you study and after graduation

Under certain circumstances, the Canadian Government permits international students to work during study and after graduation.

## How to Apply

Your application for admission to Phase 1, Year 4 of the program at DAL can be submitted online. To start the application process, you will create a username and password that you can use to return to your application at any time.

The online application system is generic, so although it is quite straightforward, there are some things you need to do that may not be obvious:

- On the “Select an Application Type” page:
- choose “Dalhousie Undergrad Group A”

- On the "Apply for Admissions" page:
- "Last name" is your family name (usually first in Chinese name order)
- "First name" is your own name (usually last in Chinese name order)

- On the "International Information" page
- Select visa type "Study Permit (Student Visa)”

- On the "Planned Course of Study" page
- Select "Visiting Student - Requires Letter of Permission"
- In the first text box enter:
- Dalhousie/UESTC 2+2/XX [where XX is CS, NS, IE, ST or AN, indicating your UESTC program of study]

Computer Science

- Dalhousie/UESTC 2+2/XX [where XX is CS, NS, IE, ST or AN, indicating your UESTC program of study]

When you have finished, you will click a link at the end of the process to indicate that your application is complete. You will need to pay the application fee. You will get an email from Dalhousie about the documents required, which will include:

- English test results. You need to arrange for this to be sent directly to DAL by the English language testing service.
- Your UESTC transcript (in English). You need to arrange for this to be sent directly to DAL by UESTC.

The university may ask for other documents as well.

For students in the UESTC Computer Science program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 2141 | Introduction to Database Systems | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

7 x free electives at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

6 x free electives at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

For students in the UESTC Software Technology program and Animation program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

8 x free elective at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

7 x free elective at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

For students in the UESTC Information Engineering program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 2112 | Discrete Mathematics | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 2141 | Introduction to Database Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

6 x free electives at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

5 x free electives at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**

For students in the UESTC Network Security program |
||||
---|---|---|---|---|

Course No. |
Course Name |
B |
H |
Notes |

CSCI 2100 | Communication Skills: Oral and Written | X | X | 1,2 |

CSCI 2112 | Discrete Mathematics | X | X | 2 |

CSCI 3101 | Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science | X | X | |

CSCI 3110 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms I | X | X | |

CSCI 3120 | Operating Systems | X | X | |

CSCI 3130 | Introduction to Software Engineering | X | X | |

CSCI 3136 | Principles of Programming Languages | X | X | |

CSCI 8873 | Honours Thesis | X | ||

1 x business, science, or engineering at 2000 level or above | X | X | 2,3 | |

7 x free elective at 2000 level or above 2 x CS elective at 3000 level or above 3 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | |||

6 x free elective at 2000 level or above 5 x CS elective at 4000 level or above |
X | 2,3,4 |

**Notes**