Admission to the Specialization and Minor in Computation Arts, the Joint Major in Computation Arts and Computer Science, and the Minor in Game Design

In addition to the normal admission procedure of Concordia University, there is a distinct admission procedure for applicants to the Specialization or the Joint Major in Computation Arts and Computer Science. All applicants must submit a portfolio of their own work, as well as a letter of intent, as part of the admission process.

Note: The BFA Joint Major in Computation Arts and Computer Science (45 credits) must be taken in combination with the BCompSc Joint Major in Computation Arts and Computer Science (45 credits) offered by the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (see Section 71.80 Computation Arts and Computer Science for details). Candidates applying for the Joint Major in Computation Arts and Computer Science are required to complete the 10.12 profile: Mathematics 103 or 201‑NYA and 203 or 201‑NYB, and 105 or 201‑NYC. Candidates lacking Cegep profile 10.12, but with a suitable background, may also be considered for this program. Applicants to the Specialization or Minor in Computation Arts require no background in mathematics.

Note: The Minor in Computation Arts and the Minor in Game Design are available to a limited number of high‑ranking students. Applicants must submit a full portfolio by the March 1 deadline and may contact the Department of Design and Computation Arts for specific application procedures.

For more information concerning these additional requirements and submission deadline dates, please visit concordia.ca/finearts/design.

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