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1 MSc (Computer Science)
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Acadia University (AU) Canada Nova Scotia 2013-05-15
Your B.S in applied computer science will have provided you with an education targeting the computing profession. You will have learned to use mathematics, science and economics, along with technological knowledge and skill in the application of programming languages and software processes, to design, analyze, implement and test software systems and applications.
masters students: You may, typically, have completed taught modules and a dissertation project, engaging in, for example, object oriented programming and software development. You may have chosen from a range of other modules in areas covering foundational topics in computer science as well as application areas including 3D graphics, software development for mobile devices, and computer security and forensics.
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