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 Computer Science (GrDip)
SchoolConcordia University - School of Graduate Studies
LocationMontréal, QC, Canada
School TypeGraduate School
School SizeFull-time Graduate: 6,000
Length1 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites NotesTo be considered for admission, applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree with above-average standing, and must have completed COMP 5481 Programming and Problem Solving or equivalent courses in C++ prior to entry into the diploma program.
International: $21,072
DescriptionThe Diploma in Computer Science is offered to qualified university graduates from diverse backgrounds who wish to obtain expertise in computer science fundamentals. Graduates of the Diploma program will obtain qualifications similar to those of graduates of the Bachelor of/Baccalaureate in Computer Science program. Upon completion of the diploma, those with superior academic records who wish to pursue their studies may apply for admission to a 45-credit Master's program in Computer Science.

Graduate students in computer science and software engineering have access to a wide range of laboratory and computing facilities. There are laboratories for database and information systems, software engineering, distributed systems, computer networks, 3D graphics, computational mathematics and visualization, pattern recognition and machine intelligence, computational linguistics, fungal genomics and usability testing, and projects. The department also makes extensive use of the university’s central computing systems.
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