Undergraduate Programs

The School of Information Technology offers four distinct programs in collaboration with Algonquin College geared towards the high-tech industry and the current trends of today; these programs are as follows:

Interactive Multimedia & Design

Interactive Multimedia & DesignThe four-year Interactive Multimedia & Design (IMD) program is aimed at students who are both artistically inclined and technologically adept. [READ MORE]

Network Technology

Network TechnologyThe four-year Network Technology (NET) program focuses on the design, installation, operation, and management of future complex information networks such as those that make up the Internet [READ MORE]

Photonics & Laser Technology

Photonics & Laser TechnologyThe four-year Photonics & Laser Technology (PLT) program is aimed at students who are interested in the latest technologies for advanced manufacturing, biomedical instrumentation, high speed communications, lighting and displays. The PLT program is focused on the design, installation & operation of laser and photonic components and systems. [READ MORE]

Information Resource Management

Information Resource ManagementThe four-year Information Resource Management (IRM) program has been designed to educate students in handling the massive amount of digital information produced by private and public sectore companies. The IRM program is focused on indexing, storing, presenting, and designing interfaces to access the wealth of digital data.[READ MORE]

Graduate Programs

The School of Information Technology offers several graduate-level programs: Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) . This program is in collaboration with 13 different Schools and Departments, ranging from Architecture and Industrial Design to Computer Science, Business, Psychology, and Journalism.

Human Computer Interaction

Human Computer InteractionThe Master's degree in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is open to students from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds in the human, technological, or engineering sciences. It offers students an opportunity to explore their native discipline in more depth while also gaining insight into the language and constraints that specialists in other disciplines in the HCI field work under. [READ MORE]