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Computing

Why study Computing at Queen's? 

Even in their first two years, undergraduates in the School of Computing have the chance to pursue research in such areas as human/computer interaction, IT security and biomedicine, among others. 

Many of our programs are accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS). Completing these courses allows you to apply for accelerated accreditation as a CIPS Information Systems Professional.

Learn more about studying Computing at Queen's.

What can you do with your degree?

Planning your future can be stressful but Queen's has developed a formula that will help you find your success.

The Major Maps are a series of maps tailored specifically to each undergraduate program. Like a physical map, they will help you navigate the opportunities at Queen’s and stay on track with your goals. These Major Maps provide advice on academics, extra-curriculars, networking, international opportunities and career development all in one place. 

Computing Major Map

Biomedical Computing Specialist Map