Effective September 2020, the title of this program will change. It was formerly titled Information Technology Support Services.
Students in this program are required to bring mobile devices that meet minimum specified requirements.
Program description - January 2022
This program prepares graduates for an exciting career in the field of Information Technology Infrastructure support and administration. Graduate employability is significantly enhanced by in-depth training in a broad range of business, computer and people skills that are in high demand across many industries. Rapid problem solving through the application of critical thinking is an emphasis throughout the program.Program focus is on the practical application of skills and knowledge to install, configure and troubleshoot workstation and server computers, networks and cloud environments, including standard infrastructure services such as database and messaging systems. Practical work is completed on industry standard hardware and software encountered in the workplace. Through their education in this program, students will gain a solid foundation to challenge industry certification exams in the areas of operating system support, networking and virtualization should they so choose.The optional co-op stream includes one co-op work term. For more information, please contact the Program Coordinator at email@example.com.
Tuition & fees
Tuition and fees are currently unavailable; please check back at a later time. For terms starting after May 2021, details will not be available until spring 2021.
Canadian fee details (non co-op option)
Returning student tuition & fees
Awards & scholarships
Student Financial Services awarded more than 400 awards, scholarships and bursaries last year.
- Co-op programs add value to your education. Earn money while you apply what you've learned in a real workplace environment. Visit Co-operative education for more information.
- The College cannot guarantee co-op employment. All co-op students are required to conduct an independent co-op job search in addition to the supports and services provided by the Department of Co-op Education.
- Students are responsible for their own transportation and associated costs in order to complete work term requirements. Work locations may not always be readily accessible by public transportation.
- If students are unable to complete their co-op requirements, in order to be eligible to graduate from the non co-op stream, they must take the Career Development (CDEV) course found in the co-op design of their program.
Applying to the co-op stream
- All applicants apply to the non co-op program. Students will be informed of the application deadline and process to apply for the Co-op Stream. Labour market conditions determine the number of co-op seats in optional co-op programs. Not every student who meets academic eligibility requirements will be admitted to the co-op stream.
- To be considered for admission to the co-op stream, students are required to achieve a minimum overall 70% weighted average in Year 1 including, 70% in INFO1385 Network Infrastructure and no dropped or failed courses.
- Optional co-op is available for ‘in country’ and ‘out of country’ students. Students are currently experiencing longer than usual wait times for work permits so applications need to be completed more than 6 months in advance of a work term. International students studying outside Canada must have their work permits in their possession at the time of application for admission to co-op. International students studying in Canada will require their work permits by the program withdrawal for refund date: September 21st 2020. If you have applied for co-op and you don’t have your work permit by September 21st, please discuss your situation with your co-op advisor.