Smaller Class Sizes

Individual attention and hands-on instructor led labs in the first two years

Practical Experience

Co-op work experience and internships
100% employment rate reported by our graduates of a co-op program

Degree Specializations

A wide variety of options for specific interests

Peer Support

Free tutoring and mentoring from senior students and student groups to help you be academically and socially successful

On-campus Opportunties

Undergraduate research positions, teaching assistant positions, student society membership and volunteer groups. Some work can be recorded on co-curricular transcripts

Computer Science Degrees at UWindsor

A unique and personalized experience to help you engage your strengths and succeed

Degree Specializations

Do you already have a diploma or degree? Are you studying another major? We have a program for you.

  • B.C.S. for University Graduates

    For holders of a University degree other than computer science

    General: A 16 course (12 month) program
    Honours: A 25 course (5 semester) program

  • B.C.S. for College Students (Degree Completion)

    Graduates of a three-year computer science related diploma from a qualifying Ontario College with academic performance can complete a General B.C.S. degree with 15 courses (3 semesters), or an Honours B.C.S degree in 25 courses (5 semesters).

    Students who have completed two years of a qualifying Ontario CollegeĀ  (or equivalent) program receive up to 8 courses of transfer credit towards a Computer Science degree at UWindsor.

  • Combined Honours Degrees

    Offers the dual advantage of majoring in two areas. The programs require pre-approval from both departments.

    Popular combinations include: Biological Sciences, Business, Mathematics, or Physics.

  • Minors

    Minor in Computer Science with six specific CS courses. Minor in Applied Information Technology with six specific CS courses.

    Major and Minor concentrations for the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) – Computer Science are possible.

Financial Support

Scholarships, bursaries and awards are available through various programs

New Student Applications

All new applications are processed through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre