COMP Matters is a two-week-long course designed to help prepare students coming into a Computer Science program in the Faculty of Science. The course helps student prepare for university level programming and reviews two main components needed for success in computer science: problem solving skills and computational thinking. In addition to a foundation in programming these two skills are the underlying core skills needed for all computer science courses. Starting a computer science degree with these skills will ensure that students feel confident to participate and succeed in their computer science studies.Visit service web page exit
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