BSc (Hons) degree

*The principal difference between the BCS (Hons) degree described
above and the BSc (Hons) degree
is one of convention: students who have completed a BSc as their
undergraduate degree would normally enrol for the BSc (Hons) degree.
The two programs have the same entry requirements,
and differ only slightly in their course structures:
BCS (Hons) students have access to a slightly wider range of
400-level and masters-level subjects.
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*For details of the BSc (Hons) program, see
the description
above, or the
University Undergraduate Handbook.
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*Mathematically oriented students should note that, with sufficiently
high marks in both Mathematics and Computer Science at the 100, 200,
and 300 levels, it is possible to take a
combined honours course in
Mathematics and Computer Science.
Students considering such a course should refer to the Honours
Coordinators in the two departments.
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*It is possible to undertake joint BSc (Hons) with other departments.
Consult the Honours Coordinator for details.
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CSSE Booklet - 2006-11-13