Career Options and OutlookUnlike many undergraduate degrees, graduates with a bachelors degree in Computer Science can expect to land an interesting job in their discipline. Your degree in Computer Science from the University of Toronto will prepare you extremely well for a rewarding career. Or, if you have a passion to go further and deeper in your field, you will also be in a very strong position to apply to graduate school.The Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto (DCS) offers 11 areas of research.
Very Strong Job MarketThis is a particularly good time to study computer science because there are so many jobs available!
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DCS Connects You to Work Experience and Career MentorsThere's more to preparing for a great career than schoolwork.
The Professional Experience Year program is an undergraduate, paid internship program that offers a full year of real-world experience.
The Career Mentorship program for computer science students connects students to alumni of the department who have successful careers in industry, for invaluable insight, guidance,and career advice.
The Master of Science in Applied Computing (MScAC) is our professional masters program. The MScAC program offers graduate level coursework combined with an industry internship, where students translate their research into practical application.
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- Learn more about the department's research areas.
- University of Toronto, Career Centre facts sheet.
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