Qualified IT professionals are in high demand. The Computer Information Technology (CIT) Diploma program is a unique two-year credential that prepares graduates for IT systems management/administration and computer-related careers.
CIT students are introduced to a broad range of technologies including database, networking administration, web technologies and security. Graduates will be IT specialists responsible for planning, deployment, administration and configuration of computing infrastructures for organizations. Combined with core courses in communications, business, math, and the real-world aspect of two industry projects, students will develop the necessary confidence and expertise of an industry professional - in just two years!
An optional co-op education component of the CIT program provides students with substantial benefits given that employers are eager to hire graduates who have had some co-op experience. Co-op students may undertake four or eight month work placements commencing in May.
Diploma graduates from the CIT diploma program have the following skills:
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Computing part-time and full-time programs.
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The CIT is a unique program that aims to train students technical experts in various computing technologies including database, network administration, web technology, and security. Graduates will be IT specialists responsible for planning, deployment, administration, and configuration of computing infrastructures for organizations.
The Industry Sponsored Student Projects program (ISSP) provides students with real-life experience by working on IT or software projects directly from industry. Students work in teams or individually with an industry sponsor, proceeding through the development life-cycle to develop a complete IT or software solution.
Graduates from the CIT diploma program will fit well into all industries by using information technology to support and enhance business operations. CIT graduates use their knowledge of the latest technologies including database and network administration to offer integrated solutions. Typical employment opportunities include systems tester, systems integrator, network administrator, user support technician, and database administrator. After several years of relevant work experience, graduates are employed as system analyst, security analyst, project manager, team lead, etc.
Program Head, CIT Diploma
Cynthia Van Ginkel
Business Development Manager
Marketing Coordinator/Industry Liaison
Aman Abdulla, Option Head - Data Communications & Network Security
Richard Chau, Instructor
Farnaz Dargahi, Instructor
Medhat Elmasry, Instructor, Option Head - Web & Mobile (.NET)
Steve Fabiszewski, Instructor
Arron Ferguson, Instructor
Mirela Gutica, Option Head - Technical Programming
Jason Harrison, Instructor, Option Head - Web & Mobile (PhP)
Chi En Huang, Instructor
Aaron Hunter, Instructor
Harold Ishebabi, Instructor
Mathew Linder, Assistant Instructor
Bruce Link, Option Head - Information Systems
Trevor Lord, Instructor
Borna Noureddin, Instructor
Carly Wong-Orr, Instructor
Jim Parry, Instructor
Tejinder Randhawa, Option Head - Client/Server
Dennis Richards, Option Head - Digital Processing
D'Arcy Smith, Instructor, Option Head - Web & Mobile (iOS)
Keith Tang, Option Head - Database
Christopher Thompson, Assistant Instructor
Albert Wei, Instructor
Benjamin Yu, Instructor
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