Master of Applied Computing

Laurier's Master of Applied Computing (MAC) will give you an advanced computing degree where you gain theoretical and practical knowledge of mobile computing, enterprise computing and data mining.

Students in the Co-operative Education Option take six courses and pursue an eight-month paid co-op job in terms 3 and 4.
  • CP600: Practical Algorithm Design (required).
  • CP601: Seminar in Technology Entrepreneurship (required).
  • Four additional courses.
  • An eight-month paid co-op.
  • CP680: Capstone Project.

Students will complete two terms of coursework prior to the co-op component. Following their work term, students will return to campus for one final academic term in which they will take CP680: Capstone Project, designed to help them connect their work and academic experiences.

Students in the full-time, co-op option can take five terms (20 months) to complete their degree.

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