Computer Science - Algoma (2022)

Computer Science - Algoma (1)

Our Computer Science Program

As part of the School of Computer Science & Technology, our Computer Science program delivers an innovative and cutting-edge education in two unique locations, Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton.

Apply Now

Download our Viewbook

View Academic Calendar

Learn about the

Are you a college student? Visit the ONTransfer websiteto view more of our pathway agreements.

Students studying Computer Science will gain a strong theoretical and practical foundation in the study of algorithms, programming languages, hardware architecture, systems software, application software, and tools. They will also develop a solid foundation in data structure, programming, assembly language programming, computer organization, operating systems, theory, software engineering, and computer networking. Students also have the opportunity to explore their individual interests and take courses in artificial intelligence, human-computer interactions, and web data management, among others!

Above all, our computer science program values and encourages creativity and innovation. Students are given the opportunity to create new designs and explore their creative and unique ideas with faculty who are excited and equipped to guide students in the process of exploration.

Our students explore how Computer Science reaches far beyond theory and practice, driving innovation in the sciences, with examples such as the Human Genome Project and AIDs vaccine research, and leading developments in engineering, business, entertainment, and education.Wherever your passions and creativity lead, studies in Computer Science will take you there!

What is particularly unique about studies in Computer Science is that experiments can be carried out in a simulated virtual laboratory. Your creativity needs no limits because even ideas that, for now, exist outside of the realm of physical possibility, can be carried out in a computer lab. Computer scientists can simulate outcomes before they happen, including mapping out natural disasters and population growth under a variety of different circumstances.

What You Can Expect

Hands-on learning, a close-knit campus community, and caring faculty.

1 / 8
Turn your passion for video gaming into a profitable career

Our Computer Science program is known internationally for having one of the most advanced computer games technology specializations. Students will learn how to develop video games, including developing their plot, music, and graphics.

2 / 8
Learn how to code and program

Students in our computer science program will learn how to program and code using SQL, HTML, ANSI, C++, Java, and Javascript, C and Python.

3 / 8
Work in state-of-the-art computer lab

Our computer science students learn and grow in state-of-the-art computer labs. Students and researchers from all over the world come to study and utilize our labs to get working, hands-on knowledge of computer systems and gaming technology.

4 / 8
Tech Talks

Throughout the year, the School of Computer Science & Technology hosts Tech Talks, which provide an informal forum for learning and discussing hot topics in computing. The talks consist of seminars on current research or developments followed by open discussion. The tech talk events are open to all interested students and faculty.

5 / 8
Fourth-Year Thesis

Our program adequately prepares students for higher education. Students in their fourth year of study can undertake a research project or thesis, which provides them with in-depth expertise in a specific area of interest.

6 / 8
Interuniversity Relationships

The School of Computer Science and Technology has developed lasting relationships with international universities, granting students opportunities to study abroad and gain credits!

7 / 8
(Video) Algoma University's School of Computer Science and Technology
Programming Competitions

The School of Computer Science and Technology sends several teams of students to compete in the Northern Michigan University (NMU) Invitation Programming Contest and the prestigious Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest. These competitions expose students to real life computer programming problems and the reality of working around tight deadlines.

8 / 8
Career Options

For those who choose to enter the workforce upon graduation, career path options for computer science graduates include computer programmer, computer support specialist, computer trainer, database developer, video game developer, web developer, mobile application developer, business systems analyst, management consultant, project manager, software analyst, systems architect or analyst, information specialist, among others.

Previous Next

Experience Maps

Are you ready to apply theory and academic content to real-world experiences? It's time to make your plan!

START NOW

Computer Science - Algoma (10)

Accelerated Degree

You could earn a computer science degree in as little as 12 months at Algoma University.

For students who hold a degree in any discipline, earn a Computer Science Degree in as little as 12 months at Algoma University’s computer science program, and fill the need and high demand for Computer Scientists in today’s technologically advanced society. With a background in Computer Science, you have access to some of the highest starting salaries in today’s workplace!

Learn More

Computer Science - Algoma (11)

Collaborative Online Bridging Program

College graduates could earn a Bachelor of Computer Science in as little 12 months by entering this innovative pathway program.

The collaborative online Bridging Program consists of six online courses to be taken between May and September. Upon successful completion of the Bridging Program, students receive advance standing to transition directly to Algoma University’s Bachelor of Computer Science in Sault Ste. Marie.

Learn More

Specializations

Customize your degree to include something you love! Students enrolled in the four-year Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Cosc.) program can further enhance the quality of their degree by specializing in one of three areas: computer game technology; computer game technology and creative arts; or mobile software engineering.

In the computer game technology specialization, students will apply their foundational programming knowledge to the design and development of video game software. The program focuses on a complete overview of game development, from the initial code to the finished product, with courses covering computer graphics, the games marketplace, game artificial intelligence, and gameplay design. Students will develop skills in the analysis, design, programming, and testing of computer consoles, mobiles, PC, and hand-held video games. Graduates of this specialization often use their gaming projects courses to develop a sophisticated portfolio that can be used when seeking employment.

The computer game technology and creative arts specialization enables students who are interested in the artistic aspects of computer games, such as the writing of plots, the development of game flow, and the development of graphics and music, to extend their analysis and design skills to these areas. Courses include those in the games marketplace, software engineering, gameplay design, and artificial intelligence. In addition to the courses taken within the standard computer games technology stream, in the creative arts specialization, students will also explore courses in music, English and/or fine arts to develop a game design complement to their programming skills. Students must complete at least 18 credits in English, fine arts, and/or music.

The Mobile Software Engineering specialization enables the student to apply the foundation skills of Computer Science to the development of applications and systems that implement the use of mobile devices in modern computer systems. This allows them to develop expertise in what is becoming a predominant part of the application of computer technology. The students will study the range of applications of mobile devices and will learn to develop applications on a variety of mobile platforms. The graduate will be able to apply the use of mobile devices in business, industry, social media and gaming. The specialization requires the student to do at least one major project that can form the basis for a portfolio of skills as they seek employment in the industry.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE?

The required Computer Science courses are identical in each degree, however the Bachelor of Computer Science (BCOSC) has less rigorous requirements in Mathematics and Sciences than the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSc).

Many students will likely prefer to earn the BCOSC degree since it is an easier degree having reduced math and science courses. For stronger students who are more well prepared, it is highly recommended that they take the more rigorous BSc in Computer Science as it is a stronger degree.

Both degrees provide students with the necessary skills to be successful in the computing and information technology industries. However, the BSc provides students with additional skills that will open opportunities in high-end scientific and mathematical research institutions.

(Video) School of Computer Science and Technology

Computer Science - Algoma (12)

Graduate Certificate in Information Technology

Gain essential skills in programming, software development, object-oriented analysis and design, web technologies and databases, e-business strategy, and project management, which complements your existing critical thinking and communication abilities.

Learn more

Computer Science - Algoma (13)

Graduate Certificate in Mobile Software Development

Apply the foundational skills of computer science to the development of applications and systems that implement the use of mobile devices in modern computer systems.

Learn More

Computer Science - Algoma (14)

Graduate Certificate in Computing

Gain a thorough understanding of the theories and technologies of computer operating systems, computer networks, system analysis and design, web development, mobile application development as well as database management.

Learn more

Computer Science - Algoma (16)

Calyssa Skeggs

Administrative Assistant, School of Computer Science & Technology

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (17)

Dr. Yi Feng

Associate Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (18)

Dr. Miguel Garcia-Ruiz

Director of the School of Computer Science and Technology

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (19)

Dr. George Townsend

Full Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (20)

Dr. Edna James

Assistant Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (21)

Dr. Nagma Khattar

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (22)

(Video) School of Computer Science and Technology Spaces

Dr. Dipak Pudasaini

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (23)

Dr. Ajmery Sultana

Assistant Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (24)

Dr. Yujie Tang

Assistant Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (25)

Dr. Mahreen Nasir

Assistant professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (26)

Dr. Zamilur Rahman

Assistant Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (27)

Sofia A. Silberberg

Adjunct Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (28)

Dr. Joe Ganczarski

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (29)

Dr. Kiddnan Kobindarajah

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (30)

Cathy Chen

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (31)

Dr. Mike Biocchi

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (32)

Dr. Mark Defazio

Part Time Contract Faculty, Math Lab Sessional Instructor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (34)

Dr. Haider Amir

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (35)

Vinay Yarlagadda

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (36)

Dr.Saneeha Ahmed

Assistant Professor

(Video) Best Bachelor of Computer Science after 12th NonMedical for Canada Study Visa | Algoma University

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (37)

Dr. Khalil Abuosba

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (38)

Klaus Peltsch

Adjunct Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (39)

Anthony Pagnotta

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (40)

Frank Coccimiglio

Adjunct Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (41)

DR. A B M Bodrul Alam

Assistant Professor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (42)

Johnny Console

Sessional Lab Instructor

View Full Bio

Computer Science - Algoma (43)

Craig Diotte

Part Time Contract Faculty

View Full Bio

Ready to Apply?

Applying to Algoma U is simple, fast, and easy

Get Started Now Back to programs

Research Latest News

Read about what research is happening at Algoma U

Get Started Now

Computer Science - Algoma (44)

“The program teaches computer science in a way that encourages students to generate ideas and collaborate on solutions together. I plan on studying for a master’s in computer science post graduation. I enjoy the one to-one experience with the professors along with the smaller class sizes, and I’ll never regret choosing Algoma U for my undergrad because of that.”

Michael Buffone

4th Year Student, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Computer Science - Algoma (45)

“My study life at Algoma University was an enriching and delightful journey. At Algoma University, I got a lot of help from the supportive faculty. They not only cared about my study but also cultivated my ability to do research. The small-sized classes gave me more chances to communicate with the instructors, which was crucial in helping me to lay a good foundation for my research life.”

Peizhi Yan

BSC, MSC

FAQs

Is Algoma good for computer science? ›

Brampton's Algoma University has one of the best computer science programs in Ontario. Residents in Brampton and the GTHA looking to get into the vast field of computer science are in luck – one of the best places to study is nearby at Algoma University.

How fast can I get a CS degree? ›

Most programs typically require four years of full-time study, while those who pursue their bachelor's degree part-time will need about five to six years. Accelerated programs in the field operate on a much faster track to degree completion and generally take about two years.

Is Algoma University good? ›

Algoma University is in the top 31% of universities in the world, ranking 75th in Canada and 4316th globally. Algoma is ranked #1205 of 2629 in North America; #21 of 24 in Ontario; #1 of 1 in Sault Ste. Marie.

What is the ranking of Algoma University in Canada? ›

One of the most popular universities to study in Canada, Algoma University Rank is 72nd in Canada as declared by the 4ICU ranking 2022. Algoma University Campuses are located in three different places in Canada i.e. Sault Ste.

Is it easy to get admission in Algoma University? ›

Admission Requirement: International students must have a high school graduation rate of at least 70% in order to get admission to the university. Additionally, to prove English proficiency an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent scores like TOEFL, PRE or Duolingo is required.

Why do students choose Algoma? ›

Algoma University offers a wide range of cultural, academic and social activities that make for a unique, meaningful and life-changing experience for every student. Hundreds have chosen to begin their life journey with us. It's your turn now!

How hard is computer science? ›

Earning a computer science degree has been known to entail a more intense workload than you might experience with other majors because there are many foundational concepts about computer software, hardware, and theory to learn. Part of that learning may involve a lot of practice, typically completed on your own time.

Is a computer science degree worth IT? ›

You'll Be Part of a Growing Industry: The number of jobs for computer and math occupations is growing much faster than average, making computer science one of the most viable degree options. Opens the Door to High-Paying Careers: Computer science graduates earn some of the highest starting salaries of any major.

Does computer science have math? ›

Math is an essential component of computer science which underpins computing and programming concepts. Without it, you would find it challenging to make sense of abstract language, algorithms, data structures or differential equations.

Which campus is best in Algoma University? ›

Timmins Campus

You'll be fascinated by its beauty, history, and small city charm. Our Timmins campus offers diploma-to-degree and university transfer students opportunities to accelerate their paths to successful careers.

Why Algoma University is best? ›

At Algoma, you'll have access to endless opportunities inside and outside the classroom, allowing for personal growth. You'll learn from our spirited faculty and benefit from one-on-one interactions – that's the Algoma advantage.

Which University in Canada is easiest to get into? ›

Top 15 Easiest Canadian Universities to Get Into
  1. Wilfrid Laurier University. Acceptance rate: 89% ...
  2. Lakehead University. Acceptance rate: 83% ...
  3. Ryerson University. Acceptance rate: 80% ...
  4. University of Guelph. ...
  5. University of Lethbridge. ...
  6. Memorial University of Newfoundland. ...
  7. University of Manitoba. ...
  8. University of Saskatchewan.
7 Sept 2022

What is Algoma known for? ›

With an area of over 70,000 square km located on two Great Lakes, Algoma's rugged and sweeping terrain treats avid outdoor enthusiasts to endless motorcycling, ATVing, snowmobiling, RVing, hiking, canoeing and paddling.

What is Algoma University known for? ›

In addition to its School of Business & Economics, Algoma University offers programs, degrees and certificates in Computer Science and Psychology, with additional, new programs to follow in 2023.

Is Algoma University provide work permit? ›

Algoma University is pleased to offer programs that enable students to work full-time during the summer, and part-time throughout the academic year while completing their studies. The Work Study and Summer Employment Program are designed to provide on or near campus employment to eligible Algoma University students.

How long does it take to get an offer letter from Algoma? ›

Application Process

The processing time may take up to 3 weeks from the time they are received at the Office of the Registrar.

Is Algoma a college or University? ›

In 2008, Algoma University was granted its charter, achieving full autonomous university status as Ontario's 19th University. Algoma University now offers over 30 academic programs across three unique campuses (Brampton, Sault Ste.

Is Algoma University good for international students? ›

Is Algoma University good for international students? Algoma University is one of the most diverse universities in Canada, with 27% of the total population being international students from over 30 countries across the globe. This alone explains that Algoma is good for international students.

Is Algoma University under SDS? ›

In this article, you can check out the province wise list of SDS colleges in Ontario along with DLI number to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
...
SDS Colleges in Ontario.
University/College/InstituteLocation
Algoma UniversityBrampton
Algoma UniversitySault Ste. Marie
Algoma UniversityTimmins
Algonquin CollegeOttawa
140 more rows

Can I change my campus in Algoma University? ›

Campus Transfer is defined as continuing in a Degree or a 2-year GCERT program at another Algoma University campus location. It is NOT guaranteed and is based on seat availability at the requested campus location. Applications to transfer for the Winter semester (January intake) are open in October.

Is Algoma University is private or public? ›

Algoma University, commonly shortened to Algoma U or Algoma, is a public university with its main campus located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.

Can an average student study computer science? ›

Yes, an average can do CSE. Computer Science Engineering (CSE) is a branch of Engineering which deals with programming and is completely software side.

How many people drop out of computer science? ›

What are the computer science dropout rates? According to computerweekly.com, computer science has some of the highest dropout rates: in 2017, the dropout rate for computer science majors was 9.8%. Dropout rates vary by school, so you should check the statistics for computer science majors in your specific college.

Is computer science the hardest degree? ›

At advanced levels, majors may study artificial intelligence, machine learning, and algorithm development. Computer science ranks as one of the hardest college majors for its combination of theoretical and technical material.

Is a 2 year computer science degree worth it? ›

Yes, earning an associate's degree in computer science is worth it for many students. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 11% job growth in computer and information technology occupations for the next 10 years, faster than the average for all occupations.

Is computer science stressful? ›

According to the annual National Survey of Student Engagement, software engineering, computer science and astronomy majors enjoy the least stressful college experience, and spend the most time relaxing and socializing, including hanging out with friends, playing video games and going online.

Is computer science hard for someone with no experience? ›

If you're a beginner with no experience, computer science is difficult like any other science major, but not impossible to learn. Expect to fail a lot of classes and study a lot, however this field is growing and has good job prospects.

How can I survive computer science? ›

13 computer science student study tips
  1. Pursue knowledge outside of courses. ...
  2. Avoid last-minute studying. ...
  3. Develop theoretical computer skills. ...
  4. Develop practical computer skills. ...
  5. Make connections with professors and other students. ...
  6. Rest and relax. ...
  7. Schedule time to study throughout a term. ...
  8. Develop your math skills.
30 Nov 2021

Is CS math heavy? ›

Many applied areas of CS are math-heavy too, such as image processing, computer graphics, media compression, etc. And of course most subfields of CS will apply math quite freely to analyze their problem domains and solutions. Show activity on this post. -Computer Vision and Image Processing are highly math demanding.

Does computer science pay well? ›

Some of the highest-paying careers with a computer science degree include computer network architects, software developers, and computer and information research scientists. Computer scientists earn $68,000 in entry-level positions, $100,000 in mid-career positions, and $121,000 in advanced positions.

How do I pay my fees at Algoma University? ›

Through your preferred bank account, you can use the “Pay Bills” feature and add Algoma University as a “payee” to arrange payment. Your nine-digit Algoma U student identification number will act as your account number for this option.

How many students does Algoma University have? ›

Intimate learning environment with just over 3,000 total students.

Is there Gym in Algoma University Brampton? ›

Students can get physical at the George Leach Centre (GLC), Algoma U's athletics complex. Access to the GLC is included in your tuition. The field house features three regulation court surfaces, which accommodates a wide range of athletic activities such as badminton, basketball, volleyball, and tennis.

Is Algoma open January 2022? ›

2022. *Due to capacity limits, all Graduate Certificate programs at our Brampton campus are closed to applications for January 2023. If you are currently living outside of Canada and do not yet have an approved study permit, you are considered an overseas applicant.

In which state is University of Algoma? ›

Algoma U's main campus is located in Sault Ste. Marie, a city of 73,000 people in Northern Ontario.

Is Brampton good for international students? ›

In conclusion, if you are looking to study abroad to get a degree from a renowned college while still staying close to your ethnic roots and culture, then Brampton is a suitable option. You will find yourself much closer to home with your culture shock cushioned.

What is the hardest undergraduate degree in Canada? ›

Smith Bachelor of Commerce at Queen's University

With an admissions average of 87% and an acceptance rate of approximately 7%, this university gets a spot as one of the hardest undergraduate programs in Canada.

Which university in Canada has the lowest acceptance rate? ›

That being said, in our list of top universities in Canada, the University of Toronto, Queen's University, and Dalhousie University all have the lowest acceptance rates at around 40%.

What is the Harvard of Canada? ›

The Montreal university is often touted as the "Harvard of Canada," but has slipped in world rankings in recent years. It falls at number forty-three in the U.S. News release.

What does the word Algoma mean? ›

Based on the suffix and prefix given, put together, the word would mean Sea of the Algonquians. Other definitions of Algoma are: "snowshoe", "valley of flowers"; all originating from Indigenous languages.

How many lakes are in Algoma? ›

With over 1,000 lakes to fish, click here to land your next trophy!

Is Sault Ste. Marie a good place to live? ›

Sault Ste. Marie is a small city with big potential, making it the perfect place to live, work and relax. You don't need to chase balance in the Soo, either—it's already there, waiting for you. Click here to start planning your adventure.

Is Algoma University good for computer science? ›

Brampton's Algoma University has one of the best computer science programs in Ontario. Residents in Brampton and the GTHA looking to get into the vast field of computer science are in luck – one of the best places to study is nearby at Algoma University.

What colleges have a 100% acceptance rate? ›

Colleges with the Highest Acceptance Rates - Top 100
SchoolLocationFall 2021 Acceptance Rate
Lewis-Clark State CollegeLewiston, ID100%
Maharishi International UniversityFairfield, IA100%
Montana State University--BillingsBillings, MT100%
Naropa UniversityBoulder, CO100%
17 more rows

What is the #1 University in the world? ›

1. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.

Is it easy to get into Algoma University? ›

More than 27% of international students are accepted annually to Algoma University. The application process is similar to that of domestic students. The entry requirements vary with programs and are country-specific.

Does Algoma accept duolingo? ›

Algoma University is a public university located in Ontario, Canada.
...
Eligibility & Documents Required.
Exams AcceptedMinimum Scores Required
Duolingo (DET)Overall 110 (including no individual band below 90)
TOEFL (PBT)550
PTE Academic60
IELTS AcademicOverall 6.0 bands (with no individual band below 6.0)
5 more rows

What is the refund policy of Algoma University? ›

General Refund Policy

If students officially withdraw on or before the 14th day of the term, the tuition fee paid will be refunded, less the $200 non-refundable tuition deposit ($100 for the Spring/Summer term).

Is Algoma University good for international students? ›

Is Algoma University good for international students? Algoma University is one of the most diverse universities in Canada, with 27% of the total population being international students from over 30 countries across the globe. This alone explains that Algoma is good for international students.

Is Algoma University Brampton good Quora? ›

Algoma University isn't a high ranking university. It's a small size Public university, with most of it's programs eligible for PGWP. Please don't expect the said program and curriculum to be very rich in nature. So, you have to work extra hard.

Is Algoma accredited? ›

University Overview

Officially recognized by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities of Ontario, Algoma University (Algoma U) is a very small (uniRank enrollment range: 1,000-1,999 students) coeducational Canadian higher education institution.

Which courses are available in Algoma University in Canada? ›

Academic Programming
  • Business Administration. Bachelor of Business Administration – 4 Years. ...
  • Community Economic and Social Development. ...
  • Computer Science. ...
  • Finance and Economics. ...
  • Psychology. ...
  • Environmental Studies (Anticipated Fall 2023) ...
  • Law & Justice (Anticipated Fall 2023) ...
  • Pakistan Women Advancement Program (new partnership)

Why Algoma University is best? ›

At Algoma, you'll have access to endless opportunities inside and outside the classroom, allowing for personal growth. You'll learn from our spirited faculty and benefit from one-on-one interactions – that's the Algoma advantage.

What is Algoma known for? ›

With an area of over 70,000 square km located on two Great Lakes, Algoma's rugged and sweeping terrain treats avid outdoor enthusiasts to endless motorcycling, ATVing, snowmobiling, RVing, hiking, canoeing and paddling.

How long does it take to get an offer letter from Algoma? ›

Application Process

The processing time may take up to 3 weeks from the time they are received at the Office of the Registrar.

Is Algoma University provide work permit? ›

Algoma University is pleased to offer programs that enable students to work full-time during the summer, and part-time throughout the academic year while completing their studies. The Work Study and Summer Employment Program are designed to provide on or near campus employment to eligible Algoma University students.

Can I change my campus in Algoma University? ›

Campus Transfer is defined as continuing in a Degree or a 2-year GCERT program at another Algoma University campus location. It is NOT guaranteed and is based on seat availability at the requested campus location. Applications to transfer for the Winter semester (January intake) are open in October.

Is Algoma University under SDS? ›

In this article, you can check out the province wise list of SDS colleges in Ontario along with DLI number to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
...
SDS Colleges in Ontario.
University/College/InstituteLocation
Algoma UniversityBrampton
Algoma UniversitySault Ste. Marie
Algoma UniversityTimmins
Algonquin CollegeOttawa
140 more rows

Is Algoma a college or University? ›

In 2008, Algoma University was granted its charter, achieving full autonomous university status as Ontario's 19th University. Algoma University now offers over 30 academic programs across three unique campuses (Brampton, Sault Ste.

What is the number 1 University in the world? ›

1. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.

How do I pay my fees at Algoma University? ›

Through your preferred bank account, you can use the “Pay Bills” feature and add Algoma University as a “payee” to arrange payment. Your nine-digit Algoma U student identification number will act as your account number for this option.

Is there Gym in Algoma University Brampton? ›

Students can get physical at the George Leach Centre (GLC), Algoma U's athletics complex. Access to the GLC is included in your tuition. The field house features three regulation court surfaces, which accommodates a wide range of athletic activities such as badminton, basketball, volleyball, and tennis.

Is May intake available in Algoma University? ›

International students applying from overseas may apply directly to Algoma U on our application portal or via the OUAC 105 portal.

Videos

1. How Farhan Khan secured an admit in Algoma University || Bachelors in Computer Science in Canada
(Foreign Admits)
2. NEW GAMING COMPUTER LABS AT ALGOMA U
(SaultOnline ONNtv)
3. Algoma University: Computer Science Bridge Program
(Tyler Pollard)
4. 22F Academic Advising Orientation Training
(Algoma University)
5. ALGOMA UNIVERSITY II COURSES, RANKING, LOCATION, REQUIREMENTS & ELIGIBILITY II VRINDA INTERNATIONAL
(vrinda international)
6. My University In Canada | Algoma Brampton Campus Tour 2021
(Sanjit Singh Sall)

Top Articles

Latest Posts

Article information

Author: Mr. See Jast

Last Updated: 11/08/2022

Views: 5335

Rating: 4.4 / 5 (55 voted)

Reviews: 86% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Mr. See Jast

Birthday: 1999-07-30

Address: 8409 Megan Mountain, New Mathew, MT 44997-8193

Phone: +5023589614038

Job: Chief Executive

Hobby: Leather crafting, Flag Football, Candle making, Flying, Poi, Gunsmithing, Swimming

Introduction: My name is Mr. See Jast, I am a open, jolly, gorgeous, courageous, inexpensive, friendly, homely person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.