Career and Professional Development

School of Continuing Studies

_Diploma in Information Technology (Admissions no longer accepted)

Objectives

Admissions no longer accepted, please refer to the Diploma in Internet Business Technology.


The Centre for Continuing Education in cooperation with the School of Computer Science offers the Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) to those who have completed a university undergraduate degree and wish to obtain a qualification in the field of Information Technology. The program is designed to provide a solid base in the fundamentals of Computer Science and an in-depth exposure to the many aspects of large-scale software projects. Students completing the Diploma will considerably increase their market value, as they will be in an excellent position to understand and manage information technology-related issues in their workplace.

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Spring/Summer
2017
Fall
2017
Winter
2018
Spring/Summer
2018
8 REQUIRED Courses:
CCS2 500Design of Efficient AlgorithmsHave previous experience with some programming language.    
CCS2 505Applications ProgrammingRestriction: 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  
CCS2 510Computer Network and Internet Security  MON  
CCS2 515Software EngineeringCCS2 500 CCS2 505 CCS2 510    
CCS2 520Life of ProjectsCCS2 505 (Co-requisite) CCS2 510 (Co-requisite)    
CCS2 525Project 1CCS2 500 CCS2 505 CCS2 510    
CCS2 530Database and Information SystemsPrequisite: CCS2 505     
CCS2 535Internet Business ProjectCMIS 530 and CMIS 542     
2 COMPLEMENTARY Courses to be chosen from the following:
CCS2 550Multimedia Communication Design and Marketing     
CCS2 552Internet Services & SolutionsCCS2 530    
CCS2 555Computer Modeling & SimulationCCS2 500 CCS2 505 CCS2 510    
CCS2 590Topics in Information TechnologyRestriction: 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