School of Information and Communications Technology
Innovate for Tomorrow.
Progress is driven by people like you — innovators who see beyond what is, to what’s possible. Whether you’re writing software, designing circuits or configuring secure networks, Seneca’s expert professors, robust industry partnerships and cutting-edge labs provide you with a full range of learning opportunities. We have the most comprehensive offering of information and communications technology programs in the province.
Learn to create game-changing innovations that will fuel Canada’s digital future. Many of our programs meet national accreditation requirements of the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists or the Canadian Information Processing Society. They deliver a powerful combination of knowledge and experience that will prepare you to thrive in a field that is central to every organization.
And Seneca’s world-renowned Centre for Development of Open Technology provides an opportunity for you to contribute to a greater body of knowledge through your work.
Our programs lead to dynamic and challenging professions with countless rewards and many opportunities in Canada, the United States and abroad.They offer highly competitive salaries, flexible full-time or part-time, contract and consultant work schedules and a variety of career possibilities including: Programmer, Web Developer, Database Administrator, Systems Analyst, Business Analyst, Network Administrator, Security Specialist and Data Communications Specialist, among others.
When it comes to graduating job-ready, having real-world experience matters. At Seneca, we complement your in-class learning with a range of opportunities to acquire practical skills and valuable connections outside the classroom.
Working in a professional setting is a great way to bridge the gap between theory and practice, and learn the daily realities of the job – not to mention an ideal opportunity to develop a network of industry contacts. Seneca’s Work-Integrated Learning department supports you in obtaining a work term or co-op (depending on your program) at a company or organization in your field to give you hands-on, real-world experience.
Programs (Work-Integrated Learning*) vary in start dates: September, January and May.
- Computer Engineering Technology
- Computer Networking and Technical Support
- Computer Programmer
- Computer Programming and Analysis*
- Computer Systems Technology *
- Database Application Developer *
- Honours Bachelor of Commerce - Business Technology Management*
- Honours Bachelor of Technology – Informatics and Security*
- Honours Bachelor of Technology – Software Development*
- Project Management – Information Technology *