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College Diploma - Computer Systems Technician - Networking (3404) (Duration : 24 months)

Course Stream: Computers
Course Level: Diploma Program
Course Fee: $29976

Course Description

Program Description The Computer Systems Technician – Networking program, offered in a two-year delivery format, lets you quickly enter the job market. This diploma program, facilitated by the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science, incorporates the latest in computer systems and network technology into its Computer Systems Technician courses to reflect the ever-growing innovations of the digital revolution. In this applied science program, you: Delve inside computer hardware and learn the intricacies of operating systems. Explore the most up-to-date computer systems and networks technology. Learn about computer and network security. Assemble and maintain systems that will empower users in creative, business and communication activities. Committed faculty members maintain a close watch on trends in the industry to ensure the topics truly reflect the ever-growing digital industry as they guide you through your courses. Once you complete the program, you will be able to launch a career in technical support in the growing fields of Internet, intranet, extranet and telecom networks. Please note: Qualified college or university graduates with a background in networks may gain direct admission into semester three of this two-year program and receive their Computer Systems Technician - Networking diploma in two semesters (program #3424).

Intake

May-2020
Sep-2020
Economics is the study of how societies use available resources to meet the needs of people. Agriculture represents the single largest use of the earth's resources—a major driving force in the world's economy. Agriculture is a modern, complex industry where products are being consumed, developed, financed, grown, marketed, processed, regulated, researched, taxed and transported. Environmental quality, food safety, management of biotechnology and globalization are important issues that agricultural economists study in a business context. Some of the topics students will study include a supply chain perspective of science, technology, production practice, product handling, product marketing systems and uses for Saskatchewan-produced grain; natural resource use from the management and policy perspective; problems affecting Western Canadian agriculture; and farm and agricultural business operations management.

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