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Mature entry and extended credit
Computer Science programs

Please note that ECP and MEP students should complete any deficiencies in their first year of study, prior to following the regular program.

First year courses for Computer Science Options

For all options except Computer SystemsAn example of a first year schedule for an ECP/MEP student could be:

First Semester:

  • MATH 203
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

Second Semester:

  • MATH 204
  • MATH 205
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

Please note that MATH 203 must be taken before MATH 205 all other courses can be taken concurrently. Since these courses are not scheduled by the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, you may have course conflicts.

First year courses for Computer Systems option

An example of a first year schedule for an ECP/MEP student could be:

First Semester:

  • CHEM 205
  • MATH 203
  • PHYS 204

Second Semester:

  • MATH 204
  • MATH 205
  • PHYS 205
  • Elective*

Since these courses are not scheduled by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, you may have course conflicts.

Extended Credit Program (ECP) Electives

In addition to the prerequisite courses listed above, students must take a minimum of:

Computer Applications & Software Systems: 18 elective credits chosen from outside of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science as part of their ECP Requirement;

Information Systems: 18 elective credits chosen from outside the John Molson School of Business and the Department of Computer Science as part for their ECP Requirement.

Computer Systems: 9 elective credits chosen from outside the Department of Computer Science as part for their ECP Requirement.

Mature Entry Program (MEP) Electives

In addition to the prerequisite courses listed above, students must take a minimum of 6 additional elective credits as part of their MEP requirement.


After you have completed the credits for your first year, please follow the course sequence for your program.

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