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More than ever before, information technology specialists need a deeper understanding of their field.

The School offers four undergraduate programs under the Bachelor of Information Technology in collaboration with Algonquin College geared towards high-tech industry and the current trends of today offering well balanced theoretical and practical courses; it offers one undergraduate degree under the Bachelor of Media Production & Design in collaboration with the School of Journalism.

Master’s & PhD degrees in Information Technology offer graduates the ability to address the needs of industry and society in this area, providing students with the skills they will need to succeed in this demanding and ever evolving field.