Course code: #0131
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By attending the Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer and Communications Networks) Honours program, you'll be part of a select group of Ontario students to receive a four-year degree in information technology.
The Ministry of Colleges and Universities specifically selected Centennial College to deliver an applied science program that addresses the province's critical need for networking professionals.
Centennial is the only post-secondary institution in Ontario to offer a bachelor's degree in Computer and Communication Networks program.
During the four years, you'll spend in this School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science offers, you'll study a unique blend of technology and business subjects.
A hands-on approach will ensure an innovative balance between the practical and theoretical backgrounds employers are seeking.
Learning from highly qualified professors who hold industrial certifications and advanced academic credentials, you'll also be able to specialize in the design of wireless networks and security networking.
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,144|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,497|
Based on communicative teaching and learning practices, English Language Learning (ELL) is an intensive five-level, full-time program designed for international students who wish to improve their English language skills.
If you're an international student, this program will help you build on and improve your language skills for success in college, university or your career.
Complete the 15-week semester of level 5 with a minimum final grade of C (60%) in all three courses.
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High School Applicants
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