By advancing into the Information Technology industry, students will become qualified to work within many different job sectors to either support, install, design, or even manage computer networking and technical support. Over the past few years, this technological era has doubled the demand for IT professionals, opening doors for thousands of individuals who seek work in this field in Canada.
This two-year undergraduate program will prepare the student to fill the role of technical support in the dynamic and expanding field of client/server computing, enterprise networks, administration and Internet management. In addition, this program provides a job placement in it’s last semester to allow students to grasp a deeper knowledge of the application aspect of this field.
The courses are constantly evolving to incorporate a blend of leading edge and traditional technologies to meet the needs of local employers. This program is well suited to people who are interested in computers, but not math, physics or electronics. Many of the courses in this program train the students towards obtaining Microsoft, A+ and Network + certifications.
Students will learn how to design and implement network infrastructures of enterprise networks to help maintain computer systems and networks of organisations. Whether you are installing computer systems, or solving technical problems, your qualification gives you access into the opportunity-filled technological world.
Once students receive their St. Lawrence College Diploma, they are eligible to apply for their Post Graduate Work Permit.
The Computer Systems Technician program content prepares students for employment in a variety of roles in this burgeoning industry. Graduates can find stable employment in:
COMP 203 - Networking 1
COMP 1111 - Introduction to Databases
MATH 8 - Intro Computer Mathematics
COMP 82 - MS Client Operating System
COMP 83 - Linux 1
COMP 905 - Programming 1
COMM 110 - Communications for College
*Courses are subject to change
The tuition fees already include health insurance for the student for the length of the program.
First Semester: $8,317/ Semester
Second Semester: $8,705/ Semester
Third Semester: $8,705/ Semester
Fourth Semester: $8,705/ Semester
Tuition Fees for the whole program: $34,432
* Tuition fees are subject to change.
Students must have the following academic requirements to be eligible:
Applicants from non-English speaking countries must achieve the minimum requirements of:
For a complete list of the accepted English proficiency tests and SLC partnered ESL Pathway programs please visit St. Lawrence's proof of proficiency list.