Because community colleges are privately owned, they are ready to respond to the ever-changing needs of business and industry by developing new courses and making changes in instruction that quickly become part of their programs. In Canada, community colleges offer diplomas and certificates in a wide variety of subject areas. While each has its own character – some are large institutions located in urban areas; others are highly specialized and still others may offer special features such as industry practicums, they all share a common objective of bringing you to the level of a beginning practitioner in the short possible time.
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Concordia University Computer Science & Software Engineering Established in 1970, and with approximately 37 full-time faculty, Concordia University's (CU) Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering offers ...