Subject: Computer Science
Credit units: 3
College: Arts and Science
Department: Computer Science


Senior students in Applied Computing will be introduced to research in an advanced area of computer science under the supervision of a faculty member specializing in the area.

Restriction(s): Restricted to students in Applied Computing.
Prerequisite(s): In the final year of Honours program in Applied Computing; or a cumulative percentage of at least 70% in 24 credit units of courses in the C4 Major Requirement (for the chosen concentration) and written permission of the department.
Note: Students in the Geomatics Stream may take GEOG 490.3 or PLAN 490.3 in place of CMPT 407.3. Students in the Data Analytics Stream may take MATH 402.0 in place of CMPT 407.3. Students cannot count more than one of these courses toward a degree in Applied Computing. Students with credit for CMPT 400 or CMPT 405 may not receive credit for this course.

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