Work-terms & Projects
At BCIT's High-Tech Professional programs, we take pride in producing the type of graduate that can quickly assimilate into the real world of information technology.
Our reputation for producing job-ready graduates continues at HTP with over 150 employers either hiring full-time or work-term students in addition to our graduates who have completed some innovative IT projects.
We have work-terms in three programs: NASP, OAT and TSP. Work-terms allow students to gain valuable hands-on experience onsite, in addition to alleviating your staff shortages, etc. Continuing reading for details about the work-term associated programs.
Network Administration and Security Professional (NASP) program
Work-terms should be networking, security and/or computing systems focused, whether with deployment or upgrading of networks, in addition to support and administration.
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Technology Support Professional (TSP) program
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Office Administrator with Technology (OAT) program
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Projects - Software Systems Developer (SSD) program
Students in the SSD program are available to work on 4-week web development and design projects. Students will be able to use formal software development methodology and design / implement / test / deploy software applications on a variety of platforms. This includes database applications, web applications, e-commerce sites, etc. on desktop computers, PDAs, web server, specialized hardware or other computing devices.
SSD students have knowledge of and experience with:
- Object Oriented (UML)
- Structured Analysis / Design
- Rapid Application Prototyping
- Rational Rose
- Graphics User Interface Design