Areas of study include injury prevention, clinical examination and diagnosis, acute care of injuries and illnesses, therapeutic interventions, psychosocial strategies and referrals, healthcare administration, evidence-based practice, and professional development and responsibility.
For information on advanced degrees, see graduate Computer Science. All students who intend to take honours in Computer Science must consult the head of the Department. Students who are entering second year and wish to pursue a Computer Science Major, Honours, Combined Majors, or Combined Honours specializations, including students who have applied to enter the Faculty of Science and expect to have second-year standing Psyc 312 admission, must apply using the online process administered by the Faculty of Science.
Students will receive an email communication regarding the process in late May or early June. Due to the similarity in second year between the Major or Combined Major specializations, and the corresponding Honours or Combined Honours specializations, the Faculty of Science only admits students directly to either the Major or the Combined Psyc 312.
Qualified students wishing to transfer to Honours, Combined Honours or into another Computer Science specialization for third year should contact an undergraduate Computer Science advisor for advice. The Department of Computer Science accepts applications in April from current UBC Science students with third-year standing or higher or students with second-year standing who are ineligible for the central specialization application.
For application forms and information regarding admission and continuation requirements, students are advised to review the Computer Science undergraduate information. The progress of continuing students will be reviewed at the end of each academic year. Students making satisfactory progress do not require annual specialization approval.
Co-operative Education Option Co-operative education is a process of education which integrates academic study with related and supervised work experience in co-operating employer organizations.
The option is intended to help prepare interested and qualified students for careers in the computing industry with a minimum of 4 work placements supervised by practicing professionals. Co-op advisors also visit students at their place of work and provide advice on technical reports required of all students in the Co-op Option.
To be eligible, students must be admitted to the second year of a Computer Science specialization in the Bachelor of Science program. The total enrolment will be subject to the availability of appropriate work placements and faculty advisors. The work placements are arranged by mutual agreement between students and employing organizations.
Graduation in the Option requires a student to complete at least four of CPSC,andin addition to the normal academic requirements. Students who complete less than five courses will have each satisfactorily completed course noted on their academic record.
Admission and Continuation Requirements for Honours and Combined Honours Students who wish to register in an Honours or Combined Honours specialization in Computer Science, must seek approval from the Department Honours advisor prior to registering for second year.
Achievement of this minimum does not guarantee admission. To be permitted to continue in an Honours or Combined Honours specialization in Computer Science, students must: Electives COMM has overlap with some of the first or second-year Computer Science courses and cannot be used as electives in any degree or combined degree specialization in Computer Science.
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