Master technical aspects of computer information systems, including software development, database systems and systems analysis. Learn to develop software for computers, websites and mobile applications. Collect and manage data to design models for technological solutions. Perform systems and object-oriented analysis, and collaborate with a team of students on real-world projects and challenges.
Bachelor of Computer Information Systems
Concentrate on areas of computing such as software design and development, database systems and general studies, while developing a broad knowledge of computing.
Computer Information Systems Diploma
Get an introduction to various areas of computing, specifically to work in entry-level positions within an organization or business.
Associate of Science Degree
The Associate of Science Degree is the umbrella program for university transfer courses in science. Complete up to two years of studies, then transfer to a university of your choice with a Computer Science emphasis.
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Dr. Jim Nastos
PhD, Computer Science and Mathematics, UBCO
MSc, Computing Science, University of Alberta
BEd, Secondary Mathematics, UBC
BMath, Combinatorics and Optimization, University of Waterloo
MSc IS, Athabasca University
BEng and MEng, McMaster University
BSc, University of Toronto
Dr. Youry Khmelevsky
I am a Professor in the Computer Science department at Okanagan College since 2005. I was a Chair of the Department since June 2015 for 3 years. I have a Ph.D. in computer science and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering with distinctions (GPA 99%). I also completed a post-doctoral study in the United States at Harvard University in 1997. I was a visiting scientist at Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in August 2010 for 12 months and at LIP6, Sorbonne University, Paris, France, in August 2018 for 12 months as well.
PhD, Computer Science, KPI
MCS, Computer Science, BGKU
Dr. Olga Sediako
Upon completion of my doctorate degree in automatic control systems, I started my career more than 20 years ago as an industrial engineer responsible for optimal control system development in metallurgical industries. After spending a number of years in engineering R&D, I moved to software development, software engineering, database application development for private industries in Ontario and later switched my professional interests to education. My long career in education has been quite diverse, including teaching in high schools, college setting, and academia. I am currently a professor of computer science department of Okanagan College, delivering courses in programming, object oriented analysis and design, and user experience.
PhD, Engineering, Belarussian National Technical University
B. Engineering, Honours, magna cum laude, Belarussian National Technical University
B. Education, Math/Computer Science, University of Ottawa
MA Education, UBC
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