Shape the digital world and innovate for tomorrow.
Whether you pursue a career in computer programming, software development or a related field, the academic programs in the School of Software Design & Data Science will help you thrive in roles that are central to every organization. The school’s expert faculty, industry partnerships and cutting-edge labs will provide you with opportunities to create game-changing innovations that fuel digital futures.
Our accredited programs are driven by modern, continually evolving curriculums and high graduate placement rates.
The school’s faculty is actively involved in applied research projects accompanied by students who are gaining hands-on experience and mentorship that will be invaluable in their future careers.
The School of Software Design & Data Science is recognized worldwide as a leader in open source education. The school was an early adopter of open source technology in the classroom and has since established innovative relationships with world-class open source projects, such as Mozilla’s Firefox web browser. You may have the opportunity to work with global developers and contribute to software used by millions of people.
Since 2002, the school has run the Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS), regarded by many as the premiere open source event in North America.
“Seneca gave me the hands-on opportunity to start my career in software engineering. After my first semester, I was able to find a part-time job working in the field off of the Seneca job board, and from there I had everything I needed to be successful. Without the hands-on application of how to code and organize projects, I wouldn't be where I am today.”
Engineering Manager, Bitmoji at Snap Inc. (Graduate, Honours Bachelor of Technology - Software Development)
Second Laptop Winner
The School of Information Technology Administration & Security and School of Software Design & Data Science held a housewarming luncheon in early November 2019 to check in with students and see how they are adjusting to their new campus. Along with students, staff and faculty, we also invited some of the college service and introduced them to our students. With generous donations from Information Technology Services (ITS), we were able to give away door prizes at the event, including a laptop. Today, a second laptop was presented to Zheng Wang, a Computer Programming and Analysis student, who won the draw for completing the post-luncheon survey.