Bachelor of computer science – University of Toronto
Students in computer science will learn how to design software, develop computer applications such as databases and graphics and investigate mathematical problems. They will train to meet an increasing demand for graduates with scientific knowledge and creative skills to excel in the industry. A computer science degree will introduce students to tomorrow's technological world.
Gain Hands-On Experience
In addition to classroom learning in our high-tech computer labs, eligible Computer Science students can apply for the Arts & Science Internship Program after first year and gain 12-20 months of relevant, paid work experience and specialized professional development training. As an undergraduate student, you'll also have the opportunity to work closely with a professor on a research or development project
Award-Winning Faculty and Research
Computer Science research is ranked #1 in Canada and our faculty is globally renowned. We're home to two Turing Award winners and to members of acclaimed computing societies, including nine Association of Computing Machinery fellows and eight Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada.