Computers and Engineering Areas of Study
Engineering the world around you
Camosun offers a variety of computer-focused and engineering technology programs, including certificates, diplomas, bridging to university and university transfer courses.
- Take a full program at Camosun and graduate with a certificate or diploma... and valuable career skills!
- University Transfer subjects
- Take university courses for your own interest, to transfer to another school or to earn a college credential.
- Continuing Education courses
- Continue your education for a more rewarding career, personal growth or just for fun. We have more than 200 part-time, daytime and evening courses to choose from.
Programs marked with this symbol are open to International Students.
University Transfer subjects
You may complete up to two full years of university transfer credit by selecting courses from the following computer and engineering-related disciplines. Please refer to the BC transfer guide to find out which courses transfer into which BC universities. See the full list of transferable course categories.
In addition to the following computer training and technologies subjects, we have more than 200 classes to choose from. Check out the full alphabetical listing.
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What are we talking about?
- Application is the first step toward admission to a program at Camosun.
- Registration is the process of signing up for courses.
- A collection of courses that usually leads to a credential.
- A course covers one subject, such as Math 108 Applied Calculus or History 206 Canadian Women: 1916-Present.
- University Transfer course
- A University Transfer (UT) course is a course that transfers to at least one research university listed on the BC Transfer Guide.
- Co-operative Education
- Co-operative Education is a learning model that allows you to gain work experience in your chosen field while enrolled in your academic program.
- Certificate programs take between six and 12 months of full-time studies to complete.
- Diploma programs take two to three years of full-time studies to complete.
- Associate Degree
- An associate degree (AD) is a two-year program made up of 20 university transfer courses.
- Bachelor's Degree
- A bachelor's degree is a four-year degree. It's also called an undergraduate degree or a Baccalaureate degree.
- Advanced Diploma
- An advanced diploma builds on a previously completed diploma, or on at least five years of related work experience and is equivalent to a minimum of three months of full-time study beyond a diploma.
- Post-Degree Diploma
- A post-degree diploma builds on a previously completed recognized degree and is equivalent to two semesters of full-time, advanced-level studies.
Last updated: June 2, 2015 10:26 am