Get on the fast track to a computer programming career.
Sheridan's Computer Programmer diploma program offers highly marketable skills in the field of information technology. Sheridan's dedicated staff is constantly working to keep the program current within a rapidly changing industry. A practical applied approach is taken with an emphasis on individual programming skills including the mobile environment, communication skills, problem solving and teamwork.
The applied approach is facilitated by the fact that each student has their own personal laptop and the most current versions of industry standard computer programming software available through Sheridan which allows an interactive classroom experience. You will graduate with a well-respected computer programming college credential that will give you many workplace options and pathways to further study.
Fast Track to a Career
Duration: 16 months
It takes just 16 months (no breaks) to earn a computer programming diploma from Sheridan, making it perfect for students who want to fast track their studies or make a career change. You will complete the program in four (4) continuous terms of 14 weeks each taking courses in areas such as:
Java, C#, XML, and .NET
Database design and implementation (Oracle/MySQL)
Network communications and configurations
Systems analysis and design
Web-based application development for Mobile smartphones
You will work on your own laptop in a networked environment that provides round-the-clock access to all course materials from any location through Sheridan's Learning Management System. See Mobile Computing for details.
Advanced Educational Options
After earning your computer programming diploma, you can enrol in the third year of Computer Systems Technology-Systems Analyst and obtain a three-year advanced diploma. Alternatively, graduates may apply to Sheridan's Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences (BAISc) (Information Systems Security) Program after completing a bridging program. See the BAISc bridging page for details: Click Here.
The Computer Programmer Program is accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS).
Computer Programming courses are held at the Davis Campus in Brampton, Ontario and the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville, Ontario.