Estimated Book Costs: $4,700
Computer Application, Database Management, Network Administration
Graduates of the Computer Application, Database Management and Network Administration Diploma will have the hardware and software skills required for the generation, storage, retrieval, transmission, and protection of digital information. The program content will equip graduates with the practical skills required to enter into the information technology (IT) sector and prepare them to complete industry-recognized certificates. Working independently or as part of a team, graduates will gain the skills required to deliver quality technical support, troubleshoot technical problems, summarize solutions in technical reports, and communicate with clients, executives, and other business stakeholders.
Exciting career opportunities in both the public and private sectors await, including companies and corporations, non-profit agencies, and government agencies.
Job Opportunities Include
- Junior IT Tech
- Junior Service Desk Analyst
- Help Desk Analyst
- Junior IT Support Analyst
- IT Support Analyst
- Desktop Support
- Technical Support
- Customer Support Representative
- PC Technical Support
- Network Administrations
- Internet Resource Management
- Minimum 18 years of age
- Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent
Alberta Mature Admission:
- The student must be 18 years of age; must complete an academic achievement test ie. Wonderlic with a score of 20 at minimum.
- All students must complete a successful interview with the College Program Chair or Administrative Manager.
- If ESL, the student must meet CLB level 6.0 or IELTS equivalent.
- Candidates must produce evidence of English ability or complete the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST) with a minimum of 60 % in each of the verbal and quantitative skills.
- International students must supply transcripts that are equivalent to the standard admission requirements or complete the WBST.
B.C. Mature Admission
- The student has graduated from grade 12 or equivalent (B.C. high school diploma, B.C. Adult Graduation Diploma, General Educational Development) or an equivalent secondary school completion from another jurisdiction.
- The student is 19 years of age or older before the start of classes and has demonstrated evidence at the appropriate level of literacy, numeracy, comprehension and/or written skills to enable successful completion of the program.