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 Computer Science Technology
SchoolCégep Vanier College
LocationMontréal, QC, Canada
School TypeCollege
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 5,600
Length3 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
  •   English  or   Français 
  •   Mathematics 
Prerequisites NotesAdmission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d’études secondaires); or the Quebec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d’études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first and second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent scholarity completed outside the province. Math TS 564-506 or SN 565-506; Math 564-526*; Math 201-015-50; MTH 5101 to 5111, inclusive; Math TS 5160, 5161 & 5163 (equivalent to TS 506) or SN 5170, 5171 & 5173 (equivalent to SN 506). *Preference will be given to students with Math 536.
DescriptionThe Computer Science Technology program includes courses in programming languages, web-programming, graphic design, databases and computer networking. Students are expected to develop a variety of computer applications, business websites (for use in e-commerce) and create applications (apps) for mobile devices using Android technology. Included also are English courses, French courses, and courses in the humanities, mathematics, business administration, psychology and physical education-- all of which will help to provide students with the skills to be a well-rounded computer specialist in a changing world. Students in their final semester are placed in a company to do an extensive internship or “stage” three days per week for the fifteen weeks of the semester. These companies, large and small, operate in a variety of fields, giving the students an invaluable working experience. Employers regard all aspects of this training as being important for future employees.

Upon graduation, a significant number of students are offered employment with their “stage” company. As well, students who decide to pursue university studies often come to an arrangement for part-time employment while they continue their higher education. This career program is open to qualified students graduating from high school, mature students returning to studies, as well as students who wish to change their field of study.
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