Courses Details

Diploma - Computer Programmer (Duration : 24 months)

Course Stream: Computers
Course Level: Diploma Program
Course Fee: $53300

Course Description

The Computer Programmer (CPRO) program offers students the opportunity to study current trends in website development, computer programming, database design and development, mobile development, and web technologies. In addition, general education, business, and communication courses help students expand their organizational, project management, critical thinking and communication skills. Major coursework provides a hands-on environment allowing students to evaluate, design, and implement software applications for the three-tier client, server, and database environment. The widespread use of computer technology in all spheres – from manufacturing, construction, education, health and financial industries means that Computer Programmers, often referred to as Software Developers, are the key people shaping the solutions of today and tomorrow. Students study Microsoft C#, Python and Oracle Java programming languages as well as the Oracle and IBM DB2 databases. Graduates have the ability to use problem solving and critical thinking skills to analyze business and industry requirements and design, develop and implement real life database-driven enterprise web applications. Students with a GPA of 2.8 or greater will qualify for the CPRO co-op component that provides an opportunity to enhance the classroom learning in a real-world industry environment. Students that are not eligible for or unable to secure an approved co-op, must graduate from the non co-op stream (CPRN). Graduates are prepared for entry-level careers in software and database development. In addition, graduates have several options to continue their education through pathway agreements to university degree programs or college post-graduate certificate studies. The 7-1-7 Programming Model Beginning in the 2018-2019 academic school year, the School of Information Technology launched a new program model at the Sarnia campus. This model is based on seven weeks of classes, a one-week break and then another seven weeks of classes (7-1-7). There is no specific exam week in this model but exams may be held in the last week of classes. During the spring and summer terms, classes will be offered in a compressed format. This means that students will take a set of classes in the first seven weeks (Spring - Session I) and a second set of classes in the next seven weeks (Spring - Session II). Breaks should be: Fall Break - October 26 - October 30 Winter Break - March 1 - March 5 Spring/Summer Break - June 21 - June 25

Intake

Jan-2020
May-2020
Sep-2020

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