The Canadian Institutes of Technology and the University of Ottawa are partnering to provide a new computer science degree at both institutions.
Both institutions will be offering a one-year computer science bachelor’s degree.
The CSI is a non-profit institution located in Toronto.
The institute will provide a Bachelor of Computer Science (B.
Sc.) degree with a maximum of 15 credits.
The university will offer a Bachelor’s of Computer Engineering (B-ECE) degree with an optional 12 credits.
The Canadian Institutes for Advanced Computing and the university of Ottawa will offer Bachelor of Science degrees with a minimum of five credits.
They will also offer an M.
Both universities have a long history of creating computer science programs.
Their most recent program, CSI B.
Sc., is the first of its kind in Canada.
The program offers students a six-month online course and is offered in both Ontario and Quebec.
The school also offers a number of courses online.
This new computer degree is part of the CSI’s commitment to support students who are currently enrolled in their bachelor’s or master’s degree programs.
Both the CSIA and CSI offer the same Bachelor of Arts degree.
This will be the first time that students will have access to both programs.
The two colleges are also working together to create a curriculum for students who would like to pursue their first computer science program.
This program is being developed as part of an ambitious program that the two universities have already launched for their undergraduate and graduate students.
The students will be taking a computer science and math course in the fall.