School of Computing

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Content: school of Computing
101
F1W4
Elements of
Computing Sci. I
121
F24W21
Introduction to
Computing Sci. I
computer science (CSCI) & Computing (COMP) 2006­07
MATH-111 FW14FWeve Linear Algebra
MATH-121 FW4FW12FWeve Diff. & Int. Calculus
221
F5
Computer
Architecture
124
F21W23
Introduction to
Computing Sci. II
203
F2
Discrete
Math.
271
F13
Scientific
Computing
124
STAT-263 F13F15W21 Statistics
220
W1
Sys.-Level
Program.
235
W3
Data
Structures
204
223
F1W15
Software
Specifications
204 W4 Logic
260
W13
Programming
Paradigms
124
235
365
F4
Algorithms
322
F14
Software
Architect.
CS-327
F12
Soft. Qual.
Assurance
332
F11
Database
Systems
352
F15
Artificial
Intelligence
203
340
W5
Digital
Systems
324
W4
Operating
Systems
CS-325
W122
Hum.-Comp.
Interaction
CS-327 221
223
466
W23
Algorith. II
481
no
Syntax Sys.
Nat. Lang.
223
260 HONS
453
W4
Topics
in Art. Int.
235
333 W2 data mining
435
F5
Comm. &
Networks
CS-426
F21
Real-Time
Systems
458
Fns
Language
Process.
STAT
324
CS-327
340
462
F13
Comput.&
Complex.
324
465
Fns
Program.
Languages
497 Fns social issues
HONS
422
F14
Formal
Methods
CS-325
432
F53 452
F33
Advanced Neural &
Database Genet. Comp.
322
124
235
ELEC-476 Wno CS-437
Wns
System performance
simulation analysis
441
no
Adv. Comp.
Architecture
434 W12 Distrib. Systems
499
W72W94
Undergrad
Project
CS-425 W124 CS-423
W5
Adv. User Software
Interfaces Requirements
457
no
Image
Process.
454
W15
Comput.
Graphics
· All courses are CISC courses unless indicated otherwise. Courses designated CS-xxx are CISC-xxx in the Arts and Science calendar and SOFT-xxx in the Applied Science calendar. STAT indicates any statistics course. HONS indicates Admission to Honours in a Computing program.
· A solid arrow
indicates a required prerequisite, a dotted arrow
indicates a corequisite (may be taken before
or concurrently), and a dashed arrow
indicates a recommended prerequisite. Indirect prerequisites are not shown.
· Required courses in the Computer Science (CSCI) Subject of Specialization program are in bold boxes; other courses (i.e., options or prerequisites) are in light boxes. CISC-340* is not required for the BCMPH Computing Major (MAJ). CISC-499* is not required for students registered in a Professional Internship. Click in any course box to see its calendar description.
· Timetabling abbreviations: F=fall, W=winter, FW=fall and winter, eve=evening, ns=no slot designated (see Queen's timetable), no=not offered in 2006-07.
· A high-school programming course (or equivalent experience) may be used in lieu of CISC 101* as a prerequisite to CISC 121*.
· For assistance with these programs, consult an academic adviser in Computing.
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