Computer Systems: Operations and Management DiplomaThis program consists of four academic semesters and, for students with appropriate academic standing, three four-month work terms.
Graduates will have considerable experience with programming languages, data structures and files, hardware components and specifications, as well as systems. Career opportunities for program graduates may include computer programming, e-commerce programming, website developer, network administrator, software development, computer operations, systems design, or systems management.
The main emphasis of the program is to highlight the importance of sound problem-solving methodology, supported by hands-on instruction in the most popular and widely utilized computing software and hardware. This approach, together with courses in English, Business, and Mathematics, will ideally prepare students for work, further training, and advancement.
CSOM is accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS).
First Year Courses
ACCT 100 Introduction to Accounting for Non-Accountants
COMP 113 Computer Programming I
COMP 157 Introduction to Data Processing Principles
ENGL 181 Business, Professional and Academic Composition
COMP 253 Small Computer Systems: Organization and Architecture
COMP 123 Computer Programming II
COMP 167 Introduction to File Processing
MATH 110 Finite Mathematics with Applications I
ENGL 193 Report Writing and Business Presentations
COMP 263 Small Computer Systems: Communications and Networks
Second Year Courses
COMP 252 Programming in C++
COMP 256 Database Programming
COMP 257 Systems Analysis and Design I
COMP 268 Special Topics in Computing
MATH 120 Introduction to Statistics
COMP 254 Information Resource Management and Issues
COMP 262 E-Commerce Systems Development
COMP 264 Languages: Advanced Programming
COMP 266 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
COMP 267 Systems Analysis and Design II
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