The Computer Technology (CT) program has been developed to provide training in the principles underlying the design of modern computer systems. Chuck Peddle leads a small team of former Motorola employees to build a low-cost microprocessor. The MOS 6502 was introduced at a conference in San Francisco at a cost of $25, far less than comparable processors from Intel and Motorola, leading some attendees to believe that the company was perpetrating a hoax. The chip quickly became popular with designers of early personal computers like the Apple II and Commodore PET, as well as game consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System. The 6502 and its progeny are still used today, usually in embedded applications.
Computers are ever-present in today’s developed societies. We carry smartphones, amuse ourselves with video games, drive vehicles with embedded systems, and we manage our daily lives from computers that are interconnected throughout the world. And, the systems that control modern aircraft and spacecraft represent technology at the highest level. If you’re more artistically minded, then consider pursuing a career in video game design. This field takes the dry codes of computer programming and turns them into stunning and engaging visual masterpieces.
Students and instructors in a full-time science, technology, engineering or mathematics program are entitled to a number of additional Microsoft software packages through Conestoga’s Microsoft Partner Agreement. In order to be eligible for graduation, students who are not completing the co-op must complete the diploma program requirements within three years of entering the program. Those who graduate with a co-op designation have five years to complete the program.
Articles for final confirmation in the journal are heedfully chosen and then encounter initial editorial screen through meticulous peer review, to safeguard the original novelty, relevance, timeliness and readability. Topics of interest include Computer Architecture and Systems, Algorithms and Bioinformatics, Database and Data Mining, Computer Networks and Distributed Computing, Computer Graphics and Multimedia, Game and Software Engineering Systems, Scalable Computing, Simulation and Modeling, Networking and Communications, Soft and Internet Computing , etc.
Graduates from the Computer Information Technology (CIT) diploma program will fit well into all industries by using information technology to support and enhance business operations. CIT graduates use their knowledge of the latest technologies including database and network administration to offer integrated solutions. Typical employment opportunities include user support, systems integrator, network administrator, and database administrator. After several years of relevant work experience, graduates are employed as system analyst, security analyst, project manager, team lead, etc. Learn more from a former student.