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Faculty of Applied Science & Technology

Honours Bachelor of Applied Computer Science (Mobile Computing)

Creating tomorrow's leaders in the new age of mobility.

The tools to inspire change

Trailblazers throughout history embraced change, and believed in human potential to change the world. In Sheridan's Mobile Computing program, you'll learn to use the power of computer sciences to create a wide variety of mobile applications — and build the tools of tomorrow's change makers.

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This program is for students interested in being at the forefront of computer science innovation.

The new computer science: mobile computing

Throughout your educational career, you'll be presented with many opportunities to develop software, design next-generation mobile applications, implement pervasive information systems and analyze and plan wireless networks. This program fosters an entrepreneurial spirit that embraces the mobile movement and is poised to prepare tomorrow's leaders in the new age of mobility.

Prepare for your career

Collaboration with industry through internships and undergraduate research opportunities will provide graduates with numerous exciting job opportunities in this rapidly growing field. Graduates will also be well prepared to pursue higher-education qualifications such as a master's or doctorate in computer science.

Combine theory with practice

This program will provide you with a strong computer science core body of knowledge, balancing theoretical and practical elements. You'll also be provided with a solid foundation in wireless technologies and wireless networks that will enable outstanding educational experiences in mobile computing and mobile application design and development.

Additional information

Upon graduation, you may also be able to further your studies in graduate programs at any of the 18 universities (eight in Ontario) with which this program has agreements.

Program Offerings

  • Honours Baccalaureate Degree

    • Full-Time
    • 4 yrs (8 semesters)
    • Program code: PBACS