Humber’s Enterprise Software development graduate certificate program provides advanced concepts, skills and knowledge for those currently employed in the information technology and related fields, or graduates of information technology or computer studies programs.
You will learn how to successfully market yourself to employers and how to effectivly project manage. You will take electives in a range of topics from software development such as mobile and web application development, to database development and server administration. Studying methodologies such as agile software development will greatly enhance your working effectiveness and marketability. Opportunities for collaborative work will enhance teamwork skills and interpersonal abilities. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate problem-solving skills and insights in your field of concentration with a capstone project.
Courses Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
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According to the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber website, Canada has the highest levels of broadband penetration and the lowest overall communication costs of almost any country in the world. Therefore, Canada has an edge over its competitors when it comes to software development. Canada’s software advantage starts with its world-renowned workforce and mature, technologically advanced telecommunications infrastructure which provides the backbone for all technology businesses.
Work as a database administrator, database designer, Oracle programmer, enterprise software developer, junior software developer, intermediate software developer, programmer/analyst, website designer, web programmer or programmer of mobile devices.
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