Computer Science Technology - 420.A0
|1st Semester |
||Programming I |
||Introduction to Computer Technology|
||Physical Education |
|2nd Semester |
||Mathematics II |
||User Interaces |
|3rd Semester |
||Database I |
||Multimedia & Internet|
||Physical Education |
|4th Semester |
||Data Structures |
||Database II |
||Physical Education |
|5th Semester |
||Human Relations |
||Web Programming |
||Integration Project |
||UNIX Networking |
|6th Semester |
||Windows Networking |
||Object-Oriented Programming |
||Stage I |
All students must pass the Ministerial Examination of College English and a Comprehensive Assessment in Computer Science.
The program stresses both theoretical and practical approaches, by emphasizing computer programming, applications, problem solving, telecommunications, database design, multimedia and Internet programming, networking, office systems installation and technical support.
In addition to specialized computer courses and general education courses, the students also take compulsory courses in Mathematics, Administration and Psychology. The Computer Science Technology program produces well-rounded graduates sought out by employers in today’s rapidly evolving business world.
OUR GOAL IS TO TRAIN QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS WHO WILL:
- Contribute to the development of Information Technology systems;
- Maintain existing software, by making changes and acting as resource persons for the users;
- Administer web sites and small networks;
- Provide technical support to users;
- Train users.
FACILITIES IN TUNE WITH STUDENT NEEDS!
The Computer Science Department maintains 4 laboratories with all the hardware and software allowing for the teaching of the most up-to-date technologies.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE JOB MARKET
All third-year Computer Science students are introduced to the job market and gain invaluable work experience through fieldwork. In their sixth semester students work three days a week in local companies.
THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU IF…
- You enjoy solving problems
- You are competitive
- You can spend hours doing something to reach a goal
- You pay attention to detail
- You enjoy finding unique and creative solutions
JOB PERSPECTIVES FOR GRADUATES
At this time, job opportunities for graduates are excellent. All of our graduates either enter the work force immediately, or choose to continue their studies at university. Students needing additional prerequisites for admission to university may be able to add these courses to their course selection after discussing their plans with an academic advisor.
Graduates find employment in business environments of all sizes. They can be hired as Software Developer/Designers, Network Administratiors, Webmasters (programming, administration, e-commerce) and Technical Support providers.
CEGEP ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM PREREQUISITES:
A Secondary School Diploma Which Includes: Secondary V Language of instruction, Secondary V Second Language, Secondary IV mathematics, Secondary IV Physical Science, and Secondary IV History of Quebec and Canada
A Secondary School Vocational Diploma which includes: Secondary V Language of Instruction, Secondary V Second Language, and Secondary IV Mathematics
Applicants who have not studied in Quebec must have scholarity deemed equivalent by the College.
Prerequisites for students graduating from high school in 2010 or later.
Prerequisites for students graduating from high school before 2010.
HOW DO I APPLY:
John Abbott College is affiliated with the Service régional d'admission du Montréal métropolitain (SRAM) and uses its online application service. The application deadline is March 1st. To apply:
- Complete the online application at http://sram.omnivox.ca
- Select John Abbott and the program of your choice along with the corresponding SRAM program number - 420.AA
- If applicable, mail in photocopies of all required documents and the application fee.
Program start: Fall semester only.
- Click on Student Zone and on Departments to visit the Department web page.
- Consult the online version of the Course Calendar.
- Students whose prerequisites are more than 5 years old should contact the Admissions Office.
- If you have other questions about the prerequisites, have questions that weren't answered, contact us:
(phone) 514-457-6610 local 5355, 5361 or 5358
COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
(phone) 514-457-6610 local 5820
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