Computer Systems Technician Program

Program description

Information technology jobs are forecast to more than double in Toronto in the next 10 years and our industry partners tell us they are facing skills shortages. George Brown College is helping meet this demand by educating expert technicians who understand computer networks through its well-respected two-year Computer Systems Technician program. This program provides a broader background than most other college programs, including courses in the high-demand areas of server support and security that give you a valuable foundation, wherever your career path leads you. Our Computer Systems Technician program is a stable platform for your career development in the IT industry. In the program, students cover all four courses of the Cisco CCNA Exploration curriculum.

After successful completion, students can receive a certificate from the Cisco Networking Academy for each of the four courses. Students will also be well prepared to write the CCNA industry certification exam, as well as the CompTIA A+, Microsoft Windows Server MCP, and CompTIA A+ and Security+ exams.

Course website

http://www.georgebrown.ca/t141-2017-2018/

Related job profiles

George Brown College


School of Computer Technology

Duration

Two years (four semesters)

Credential awarded

Ontario College Diploma

Program contact


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