Computer Systems Technician – Software Engineering

Program description

Computers drive the 21st-century economy, so a Computer Systems Technician-Software Engineering diploma is exceptionally marketable – especially if you earn it at Sheridan. Graduates of our Computer Systems Technician program possess practical, workplace-ready software engineering skills that translate directly to the workplace. As a program accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS), we concentrate on four core areas of software engineering: Programming and software development in Java, and C; Web technologies and Web application development; Database management and administration; Network administration and security; and Business system development. You will also study computer hardware (including architecture and applied operating systems design), business practice, management and analysis, as well as a three-course math concentration that provides a deeper understanding of software engineering principles. Computer Systems Technician-Software Engineering students graduate with a superior education in software engineering, a competitive edge in the job market, and a set of skills you can adapt for the careers of the future.

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Sheridan College

Faculty of Applied Science and Technology


Two years (four semesters)

Credential awarded

Ontario College Diploma

Program contact
    Trafalgar Road Campus, 1430 Trafalgar Road,
    Oakville, Ontario L6H 2L1
    Davis Campus (Brampton),7899 McLaughlin Road,
    Brampton, Ontario L6Y 5H9

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