The Internship programs in Computer Science are five-year (120 units) degree programs that include a 12- or 16-month Internship period of supervised work experience.
Before starting their first Internship work period, students must meet the admission requirements specified in the Co-operative Education/Internship section of this Calendar. In addition, students must be Computer Science majors or Computer Science honours students, and must have completed (at the relevant application deadline) between 75 and 96 units appropriate to their degree program, including:
(a) All of Computer Science 313, 319 or 331, 355, and Software Engineering 300 or 301
(b) Philosophy 279 or 377
(c) An additional 18 units in the Field of Computer Science numbered 300 or above.
Students should have a minimum grade point average of 2.50 calculated over the most recent course work to a maximum of 30 units at the time of application to the Internship Major program. Honours students in good standing at time of application will be admitted to the Internship Honours program.
See the subsection on Co-operative Education/Internship Programs in Section 3 (Faculty Regulations) for information on applying.