The study of Computing and Information Systems is central to our understanding of how the world processes, manages, and communicates information using digital technologies. As a student, you learn to build and use computing and information systems. You learn to see things from a broader systems perspective and to develop integrated solutions which meet the needs of your users. And you learn to appreciate the far-reaching cultural, ethical, and legal impact of digital systems.
This degree will equip you with the necessary skills required for a successful career in the ever changing technology sector. For more in-depth studies, the Computing Systems stream offers three Specializations in the B.Sc. option:
Interestingly enough and unique to our program, you can even pursue more than one specialization if you choose to do so.