Qualified applicants requiring prerequisite courses may be required to take such courses in addition to their regular graduate program.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.
Please see the Computer Science and Software Engineering Courses page for course descriptions and prerequisites.
credits of courses with a minimum of 8 credits chosen from the following Topic Areas:
C01 - Developments in Computer Science C02 - Parallel and Distributed Systems C03 - Image Processing/Pattern Recognition and Graphics C04 - Software Systems and Languages
C05 - Information Processing and Management C06 - Scientific Computation and Algorithms C07 - Artificial Intelligence and Human-Machine Communication
Any remaining credits may be chosen from the following Topic Areas:
C08 - Developments in Software Engineering C09 - Software Development
C10 - Software Architecture and Design C11 - Software Maintenance and Quality
C12 - Software Development Processes and Management C13 - Software Engineering C16 - Cognate Disciplines
• COMP 6961 Graduate Seminar in Computer Science (1.00)
• COMP 7941 Master’s Research and Thesis (29.00)
Program of Study. Each individual program of study must be approved by the supervisor(s) and either the Graduate Program Director or the Department Chair.
Completion. Normally a full-time student will require six terms to complete the degree requirements.
Transfer Credits. Students may be granted transfer credits for, in general, not more than 8 credits taken in approved graduate studies prior to their entry in this program. A course submitted for transfer credit must be appropriate to the student’s program of study at Concordia University. An application for such credit will be considered only at the time of admission.
Cross-Registration. A student in the program wishing to take courses under the cross-registration scheme outlined in the graduate calendar must first obtain permission of the graduate program director.
Time Limit. Please refer to the Academic Regulations page for further details regarding the Time Limits.
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