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Information Technology programs are designed to prepare students for a career working with computers. That is the design, development, installation, maintenance and support of computer hardware, software and networks. Our programs teach strategies for problem solving, designing complete computer systems that work, and communicating ideas to computer users.
Our Information Technology programs also seek accreditation from the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS), which bases its standards on international standards for IT. This includes a code of ethics, body of knowledge and a standard view of the employment requirements for IT professionals. Our curriculum is continuously updated to include the newest technologies while maintaining a solid foundation in the core technologies.
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