These are mandatory and all come with course.
The CPA program follows an experiential learning approach to education by offering courses that parallel the software development practices used in the modern workplace.
Throughout the program CPA, students apply concepts learned in the classroom to solve programming problems. They learn to work in project teams, in which they design, develop, and test larger-scale applications.
After gaining programming and problem-solving skills, students experience real-world work environments by participating in the third-year work placement program.
The CPA program is a three-year program in which students learn a wide variety of skills, ranging from basic programming practices, problem-solving, software design, critical thinking and application development.
Over the duration of the program, students will learn to write programs for desktop, web, mobile, and mainframe platforms.
St. Lawrence College is one of a handful of colleges in North America offering mainframe courses in COBOL, CICS, JCL and TSO.
The program provides you with skills in:
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Duolingo (Temporarily accepted): 105 (Note: Students from India are not eligible to submit Duolingo results as proof of English proficiency.)
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with the majority of Grade 11 and 12 courses at the C (college preparation), U (university preparation) or M (university/college preparation) level including the following prerequisites:
Students require their own laptop computer:
Students will use the laptop for lectures, labs, assessments, and coursework. Students cannot share laptops. St. Lawrence College will provide most or all software required for the program.
International students require a co-op work permit.
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