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Applications to transfer to Computer Science and BCS Data Science are now open

For students who are interested in transferring to BCS or BMath CS or BCS Data Science, you can apply at https://oat.uwaterloo.ca/forms by 11.59 p.m. on April 24, 2018. No late applications will be accepted.

Basic eligibility:

BCS/BMath CS
  • Have credit for CS 136 or be taking CS 136 in Winter 2018
  • If you are not in the Faculty of Mathematics then you should have initiated an internal transfer to Mathematics.
Joint CS
  • Have credit for CS 136 or be taking CS 136 in Winter 2018
BCS Data Science
  • Have credit for STAT 231 or be taking in STAT 231 in Winter 2018.
  • You must be a CS student to apply for BCS Data Science OR be applying for a transfer to CS in April 2018.
All students will be notified by email by May 4, 2018, with a decision on their application. Any student who transfers into CS and is not already in their required courses for S18 will be helped to get into the necessary courses.

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