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Design, build and analyze. From hardware to software, computer scientists are solving problems and delivering value in a variety of business, scientific and social settings.

You’ll receive both a computer science degree from Lakehead University and the computer programming diploma from Georgian College. Our integrated program provides you with the opportunity to gain experience working with multiple programming languages and emerging technologies, while providing you with the theoretical knowledge to understand complex computing systems.

Admission requirements

Ontario high school students: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses including:

  • English (ENG4U),
  • Advanced Functions (MHF4U),
  • One (1) credit from: Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U), Data Management (MDM4U) or Computer Science (ICS4U)

A minimum final average, based on the best six Grade 12 U or M courses, of 70% is required.

Not a high school student? Visit our Admissions page for admission requirements for all other applicants.

Tuition and Fees 2022/2023

Domestic Fees: $6,996.25*

International Fees: $28,306.74*

For detailed fees information, visit Finance and Fees.

Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries

More than $11-million in scholarships, bursaries and awards are available to incoming Lakehead-Georgian students. Explore OSAP, as well as awards, scholarships and bursaries that are available to you.

Program Details


Honours Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) from Lakehead University; Ontario College Diploma, Co-op, from Georgian College

Degree Options

BSc (Honours) + Ontario College Diploma
BSc + Ontario College Diploma


Years 1 and 2 –
Georgian Barrie Campus
Years 3 and 4 –
Lakehead Orillia Campus

Experiential Learning


Start dates



Four years

OUAC code


Career opportunities

Our graduates will be prepared to pursue computer science careers in technology, mobile application development, healthcare informatics, internet security, and more. Others choose to pursue graduate degrees (MSc and PhD). Here are a few careers you could have after graduation.

  • Application Developer/Systems
  • Client Support Analyst
  • Computer Programmer/Analyst
  • Information Developer
  • Security Specialist
  • Software Engineer
  • System Analyst

Learn by doing

You’ll gain hands-on work experience through a mandatory paid co-op work term that will allow you to put your knowledge to work. For a full list of courses in the program including course descriptions, view the Computer Science course outline.


Computer Science: Second-year student
Hometown: Angus, Ontario

“Before entering the program, I had only some practical experience with the technology stacks required for workplace programming. After a year of studies with a hands-on curriculum and knowledgeable faculty, I rapidly expanded my skill set and successfully prepared myself for my career in computer science. Our professors teach us how to effectively use the tools around us and how imperative these concepts are when working with real-world applications.”

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