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Bachelor of Computing (Honours)
Bachelor of Computing Specialization(Honours)
Pre Requisite Description
Concurrent Education Computing Teachable Requirements
Computing as a First Teachable
  • 30.0 units of General Computing Courses
  • CISC courses at 100 level and above
  • Ten half-year courses

    or

  • 24.0 units of General Computing Courses
  • 6.0 units from BIOL243, MATH272/337/401/434, MUSC393, STAT462, SOCY234/422
Mathematic Requirements
  • Math 121 - Applied Calculus
  • Math 111 - Linear Algebra
  • STAT 263 - Introduction to Statistics
The Most Important Computing Courses
  • CISC 235Data Structures (a major prerequiste to a lot of 3rd and 4th year courses)
Music Requirements/Recommended Plans of Study

(In addition to these requirements for Music, it is very important to ensure that your elective courses fulfill Con Ed requirements, specifically PSYC 100)

Check out this great volunteer project!

The Queen's University Student Music Educator's Association offers many opportunities for students to get involved in Music education. For example, through the efforts of this club a group of 14 music students recently travelled to Toronto to attend the Ontario Music Educator's Association (OMEA) Conference, Vibrations 2012. As well, QUSMEA offers volunteer opportunities for students interested in music education, like weekly volunteering at a local daycare to teach music to pre-JK - Grade 1/2 students.