Sheridan College is a leading diploma and degree-granting institution in Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1967, Sheridan is home to more than 23,000 full-time students and 16,950 continuing education students from more than 110 countries over its three Ontario city campuses – Oakville, Brampton, and Mississauga. Often dubbed as the ‘Harvard of Animation’ or ‘Disney North’, Sheridan’s graduates include Academy and Emmy Award winners in the fields of animation and creative arts.
The Internet Communications Technology program at Sheridan offers a thorough education on Internet technologies. This curriculum will provide you a ton of practical experience and is Canada's oldest undergraduate degree in Internet engineering. Our graduates work for various Canadian and international organisations and have expertise in network communications and security.
Program Learning Outcomes
After completing this program successfully, the graduate will be able to:
Differentiate, recognize, and relate the main layers of a complicated communications system.
Understand all critical telecommunications equipment, architectures, regulatory agencies, common carrier services, and cross-protocol communication difficulties.
Possess the knowledge and abilities necessary to set up, maintain, and network a Local Area Network (LAN), as well as the ability to connect it to other network segments via wide-area links.
Understand the principles underlying and the fundamental application of network testing, monitoring, and management tools and systems.
To install software, configure hardware, debug issues, and maintain a data network, use fundamental computing concepts and programming knowledge.
Being able to evaluate a client's communication demands, do a broad study of the traffic situations related to those needs, and then choose the best connectivity under the circumstances.
To estimate point-to-point costs using tariff schedules, one must be familiar with the variety of data communications services offered by the leading public carriers in Canada today.
Employ fundamental electrical and digital instrumentation, principles, and techniques for installing, maintaining, and repairing communications devices.
To solve telecommunications issues, apply mathematical, scientific, and technical principles and make use of manuals, journals, regulations, and specifications.
Organize or manage telecommunications projects, and then follow up with written reports that meet predetermined standards and guidelines.
Understand and be able to use fundamental management concepts like planning, control, break-even analysis, and project and time management.
Effectively communicate verbally, in writing, or visually with colleagues.
Tuition: $18095 per year
Total: $18095 per year
Academics: 2.8 GPA