Course-based Masters of Applied Computer Science* (MACS)
StFX offers a 16-month to 2-year course-based Master's program in Computer Science.
• 4 year degree in Computer Science with a minimum average of 70%.
• Evidence of English proficiency if English is not your first language: IELTS 6.5 with no band below 6.
Next intake: September 2020 (start date September 1, 2020). No January intake.
Application deadline: For international applicants, May 30, 2020. Please note: The program has an enrolment cap. We will continue to accept applications until the program is full. Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received, so we encourage people to apply early. (This website will be updated when the applications have closed.)
*Formerly Master of Applied Science in Computer Science
Thesis-based MSc Programs (Applications now closed for September 2020 start)
StFX offers limited-enrolment in thesis-based MSc programs in Biology, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Science. Each program accepts about 1-4 students annually.
Step 1: Find out more about the programs by reviewing the website of the department to which you are applying to see faculty member research interests.
Step 2: Email prospective superviors directly to inquire whether they willing and able to take on more graduate students with your background. (You must include the name of your potential supervisor in your application)
Application Deadline: February 15 for September start for students who want to be considered for scholarships
Admission Requirements: Normally undergraduate Honours degree or equivalent concentration in the subject area. Minimum 70% average. Language requirement: IELTS 6.5 with no band below 6.
- Department of Biology
Biology Graduate Coordinator: Dr. Ricardo Scrosati ph 902.867.5289
- Department of Chemistry
Chemistry Graduate Coordinator: Dr Shah Razul ph 902.867.2116
- Department of Earth Sciences
Earth Science Graduate Coordinator: Dr. James Braid ph 902.867.
- Department of Computer Science
Computer Science Graduate Coordinator: Dr Man Lin ph 902.867.5402