During the 2nd half of the undergraduate degree program, the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research offers students the opportunity to earn university credits while gaining practical industrial experience through our internship program. Semester-long internships require students to work a minimum of 405 hours in a company setting and the Department's strong ties to industry attract a wide variety of companies to the program.
Undergraduate students are provided with an opportunity to complete internships in the course of:
Master's and doctoral students may complete internships as part of:
- the Master's in Electronic Commerce (IFT6890)
- the Master's in Mathematical and Computational Finance (FMC6000)
- the Specialized Graduate Diploma in Mathematical and Computational Finance (FMC6000)
To be eligible for an internship program, international students must have a work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.