An information technology degree is a basis for a wide range of exciting IT-based careers including network management, systems design engineering, software development, web-application development. It – Information Technology is the organ of the faculties Technical Informatics and Computer Science in the Life Sciences of the German Informatics Society (GI – Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.) and faculty Technical Informatics of the Information Technology Society (ITG) within the VDE (Verband der Elektrotechnik, Elektronik und Informationstechnik e.V.).
Completion of the Bachelor of Computer Science (or equivalent) degree with a minimum average of 60% across all of the third-year subjects and an average of at least 70% over the best third-year level computer science and information technology subjects (project included) to the value of 60 credit-points.
You will graduate with a Bachelor of Information Technology degree from Carleton University and one of a Library and Information Technician diploma (for IRM students), an Advanced Diploma of Applied Arts (for IMD students), an Advanced Diploma in Technology (for NET students) or an Advanced Diploma in Photonics and Laser Technology (for PLT students) from Algonquin College.
The 12-week program gives you access to cutting-edge technology and a variety of areas to grow your skills, including: Application Development, Cybersecurity, Information Protection, Network Design, Project Management, Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture and Systems Integration.
After 12 successful years in Peania, AIT continues, as a private non-profit initiative, to act as a beacon of research and education excellence in the fields of information technology, telecommunications, and innovation management, in Greece and beyond!