Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2007/2008
Canadian Excellence

Honours BSc Computing and Computer Electronics

The Computing and Computer Electronics program consists of a minimum of 20.0 credits. A maximum of 7.0 credits are allowed at the 100 level. The aim of the program is to develop an in-depth understanding of computer hardware, microprocessors, microelectronics, digital systems and software design.

Students are required to take 1.5 senior physics credits in either device physics or optical networking. Students taking the device physics option will take courses marked with [dp]; students taking the optical networking option will take courses marked with [on].

Year 1
CP104, CP114, CP120/PC120, MA110* (or MA103), MA121, MA122, PC131, PC132
0.5 elective credit (1.0 elective credit if MA103 taken)

Year 2
CP213, CP216, CP217, MA201, MA205
CP200°/PC200°, PC212, PC221,
PC237 [on], PC242 [dp]
0.5 elective credit

Year 3
CP300°/PC300°, CP316, CP317, CP364/PC364, MA240
PC319, PC322 [dp], PC344 [dp], PC481 [on]
0.5 elective credit [on]
1.5 elective credits

Year 4
CP464, PC474 [on]
One of: PC450, PC471, PC475
1.5 credits of 400 level courses in Computer Science or Physics
0.5 elective credit [dp]
2.0 elective credits

Additional Information

For progression into the next year, and for graduation, the cumulative GPA of 4.00 is calculated on the Physics and Computer Science courses combined.


Senate/Editorial Changes

May 30, 2007; Removal of CP264/Addition of CP217 from requirements per Senate; effective Sept 1, 2007.