The Department of Computer Science (www.cs.ubc.ca) offers opportunities for study leading to a bachelor's degree in Arts. Admission to the Major or Minor is not automatic and must be approved by the Department. Students may apply for admission to the Major or Minor in Computer Science upon attaining second year status (completion of 27 credits). Applying for the Major or Minor as soon as possible is suggested.
The Department accepts applications in April from current UBC Arts students. For application forms and further information regarding admission and continuation requirements, please see Computer Science Undergraduates (www.cs.ubc.ca/students/undergrad).
For information on advanced degrees, see graduate Computer Science.
1While CPSC 110 is the recommended route for students pursuing a specialization in Computer Science, CPSC 103 and 107 may be taken in its place.
2Every student must complete at least 3 credits from 400-level CPSC courses defined as lecture-based (calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/index.cfm?tree=12,215,410,421).
3Credits gained from undergraduate Student-Directed Seminars (CPSC 490) cannot be used to fulfill this requirement.
1While CPSC 110 is the recommended route for students pursuing a program in Computer Science, CPSC 103, 107 may be taken in its place.
2Several upper-level CPSC courses have CPSC 213 as pre-requisite. Students who want to take one or more of them will need CPSC 213 as well.