The Masters Computer Science programme at Brock University is a thesis-based MSc that consists of course work and thesis research. Full-time students normally take four half-credit graduate-level courses during the first year.
- Every MSc candidate must prepare and defend a thesis during their second year. This thesis research will demonstrate a capacity for independent work of high scientific calibre. Course selection and thesis research is done in consultation with the student's assigned supervisor. Part-time studies are also available.
- Full-time graduate students will be provided with shared office space during their two years of study. They are also provided with their own PC workstation. A campus-wide fibre optic network links all the University's academic computing facilities. The department's computers form an integral part of this resource.
- Most computers on campus can be accessed from microcomputers in any of the laboratories. The department maintains an 8-CPU Linux-based server. The department has three microcomputer laboratories (D205, J301 and J310) containing Pentium PCs running Windows and Linux.
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Programme StructureCourses include:
- Coding Theory
- Logic in Computer Science
- Universal Algebra for Computer Science
- Parallel Algorithms
- Lambda Calculus
- Genetic Programming
- Robot Control Architectures
- Computer Vision and Visual Computer Learning
- Evolutionary Computation
- Non-Invasive Data Analysis
- 24 months
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DisciplinesComputer Sciences Software Engineering Artificial Intelligence View 32 other Masters in Artificial Intelligence in Canada
To be considered for admission to a Master’s program, a student will normally hold a four year degree, or its equivalent, from an accredited university with a minimum 75% (mid-B) average over the last two years of full-time undergraduate study.
- Three references are required.
- A Computer Science Statement of Research Interest Form form in which applicants indicate their career aspirations/plans, specific research interests and experience relevant to their interests.
- Applicants are asked to indicate potential links between their own research interests and goals and the research interests of faculty participating in the graduate program.
International23502 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 23502 CAD per year during 24 months.
National8175 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 8175 CAD per year during 24 months.
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