Infrastructure and Computing Technology faculty teach the skills, attitude and knowledge to establish careers as technologists in the fields of computing and network infrastructure.
The Infrastructure and Computing Technology Diploma program trains students to succeed as network support specialists, network operations and security analysts, communications integrators, network administrators and consultants.
Course work in the Infrastructure and Computing Technology Diploma stress computing systems, network administration, internet of things (IoT), data security, virtualized services and cloud connectivity.
MEng, Electronics, Royal Military College of Canada
I discovered my love for all things tech at an early age, and formally entered the world of information technology and computing in 2006. My passions are IT networking, system and server administration, and coding. As a faculty member of the Network and Telecommunications Engineering department, I am thrilled to be an OC alumnus and graduate of the program in which I now teach. I love to teach and share mylove for computing and networking.
Diploma of Network & Telecommunications Engineering, Okanagan College
Master of Smart Cities, University of Girona
MSc, Information Technology, Capella University
BSc, Zoology, UBC
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