Explore Information Technology

  • Overview
  • Programs
  • Accreditation
  • Work Integrated Learning

Overview

Information Technology programs are designed to prepare students for a career in the areas of coding, web development, cybersecurity, infrastructure support, network design, and information management. These programs provide opportunities for students to acquire the skills, professionalism and adaptability required to succeed in the dynamic and challenging global IT sector.

 

 

Programs

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On Campus: All courses in this program will be delivered onsite at a CNA campus or at an approved location. Some courses may have online elements.
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Blended: Some courses, or parts of courses, in this program will be delivered onsite at a CNA campus or at an approved location, while other courses, or parts of courses, will be delivered online or virtually to students at another location.
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Online - Asynchronous: Delivered fully online with no scheduled classes, and allows students to learn on their own schedule, in a flexible environment, within a certain time frame.
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Online Synchronous: Delivered fully online with live, scheduled videoconference classes. The instructor and the students in the course engage with the course content and each other at the same time, from different locations.
Accelerated Software Development
Duration: Four Semesters  |  Credential: Post Diploma
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Online - Synchronous
For more information on tuition and scheduling for this program please contact Tiffany Rotchford at tiffany.rotchford@cna.nl.ca
Bachelor of Applied Information Technology: Systems and Network Cybersecurity
Duration: Four Years  |  Credential: Applied Degree
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Prince Philip Drive
Applicants who have a Computer Systems and Networking diploma from CNA (or equivalent), may apply directly to year 3 of the Applied Degree program. Applicants who do not have this diploma should apply to year 1 of Computer Systems and Networking.
Computer Systems and Networking
Duration: Two Years  |  Credential: Diploma
Deliveries:
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Corner Brook,
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Prince Philip Drive
Cybersecurity for the IT Professional
Duration: 40 Hours  |  Credential: Microcredential-Digital Badge
Deliveries:
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Prince Philip Drive
For more information on tuition and scheduling for this program, please contact Glenda Applin at glenda.applin@cna.nl.ca
Digital Fluency
Duration: 50 Hours  |  Credential: Microcredential-Digital Badge
Deliveries:
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Tuition and required supplies are sponsored by the Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism. Please contact us to learn more.
Enterprise Web Development
Duration: Two Years  |  Credential: Diploma
Deliveries:
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Online - Synchronous
Help Desk Assistant
Duration: Three Semesters  |  Credential: Certificate Of Achievement
Deliveries:
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Prince Philip Drive
For more information on tuition and scheduling for this program please contact Brian Hicks at 709-758-7640 or brian.hicks@cna.nl.ca
Information Management
Duration: One Year  |  Credential: Post Diploma
Deliveries:
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Online - Asynchronous
Software Development (Co-op)
Duration: Three Years  |  Credential: Diploma
Deliveries:
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Corner Brook,
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Prince Philip Drive
This program is currently full for Fall 2022 and applications are now closed. Please continue to revisit this page to see when applications will re-open for Fall 2023.

Accreditation

Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) is the professional association for Information Technology professionals in Canada and is involved in initiatives relating to public policy, setting standards within the IT profession and assisting its community.

CIPS is a dynamic organization focused on IT excellence through its work on public policy, setting standards within the profession and providing IT support to its community.

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.

Work Integrated Learning

Work-integrated learning (WIL) is a process used to integrate student’s academic studies through a real work experience or a practice setting. The Information Technology programs provide students with many opportunities to acquire hands-on, practical experience through interactive labs, co-curricular activities, capstone projects and program-related work placements. The work placements for Information Technology students include: Work Term, Co-operative Education and Work Exposure.

Work Term
Co-operative Education
Work Exposure

 

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