The School of Continuing Studies offers the Diploma in Internet Business Technology to those who have completed a university undergraduate degree and wish to obtain a qualification in the field of Internet Business Technology. The program is designed to provide a base in the fundamentals of computer science and exposure to Internet technology, web-based social media and web analytics. Students completing the diploma will be in an excellent position to understand and manage information technology-related issues in their workplace.
Note:Students must have knowledge of basic college level mathematics, equivalent to McGill course CMSC 101 and have previous experience with some programming language equivalent to McGill course CCCS 300.
In addition to the admission requirements for Diploma Programs, students must have a CGPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 or 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time academic studies.
|7 REQUIRED Courses: (21 Credits)|
|CCS2 505||Applications Programming||Restriction: Students must have successfully completed an introductory computer programming course. Students who have not met this requirement must successfully complete CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1|
|CCS2 508||Web Application Development||Restriction: Students must have successfully completed an introductory computer programming course. Students who have not met this requirement must successfully complete CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1||WED|
|CGM2 510||Project Management: Tools and Techniques||Not open to Special Students||WED FRI/SAT||SAT|
|CMIS 530||Web Analytics for Internet Business|
|CMIS 542||Strategic Internet Marketing|
|CMIS 543||Internet Business Analysis and Optimization||MON|
|CMIS 544||Social Media Marketing and Technology||TUE|
|3 COMPLEMENTARY Courses from the following: (9 Credits)|
|CCS2 510||Computer Network and Internet Security|
|CCS2 535||Internet Business Project||CMIS 530 and CMIS 542|
|CCS2 550||Multimedia Communication Design and Marketing||THU|
|CCS2 590||Topics in Information Technology: Big Data||Restriction: Students must have successfully completed an introductory computer programming course. Students who have not met this requirement must successfully complete CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1|
|CPL2 510||Communication and Networking Skills||SAT WED||SAT|
|Or any other 500 or 600 graduate level course offered through CPD|
|and approved by the department.|