Cumputing Science and Technology
TRU offers a two-year Bachelor of Computing Science degree (BCS) that is designed for those wishing to enter a career using modern information technologies to design, implement, maintain, and upgrade information technology systems. The program combines theory, technical and hands-on skills, communication skills and business skills.
Admission to the BCS program requires two previous years of related post-secondary study.
In addition to providing concentrations in database systems, networking technologies and software engineering, the BCS degree will:
1. Enable students in academic streams to obtain marketable skills by complementing their two years of academic study with the two years in applied computing science.
2. Allow students with a two-year Computing Science Diploma to continue their education and obtain a Degree in Computing Science.
3. Permit students in the B.Sc. and B.A. degrees more course options, including obtaining a minor in Computing Science.