We distinguish ourselves from other institutions by providing opportunities for students to apply theory to real life situations and experiences within two years. We offer smaller class sizes allowing more personalized interaction with faculty. Faculty maintain a working relationship with our industry partners.
Design, build, and power your career.
As an Information and Computer Systems student, you are part of our School of Trades & Technology.
The School of Trades & Technology plays a vital role in training the tradespeople, technicians, technologists and artisans on Southern Vancouver Island. We offer a variety of programs and courses to meet your needs, whether that is to establish or further your career in the trades or technologies, bridge into a third-year Engineering program or just for your own personal interest through Continuing Education. Learn more.
The Computer Science department has a computer lab dedicated to student final projects for the Capstone Symposium presentations. In addition to our lab dedicated to hardware and data communications, there are two general purpose labs available for student use. We encourage you to come and visit the Computer Science department to meet our faculty, our students and tour our labs. Contact us.
Supporting the future of innovation
Camosun is training and educating some of BC’s best computer scientists and technologists. Our Information and Computer Systems programs and University Transfer Computer Science courses offer a mix of in-class theory and practical hands-on experience that gives graduates the relevant technical knowledge and job-ready leadership skills they need.
Many of our graduates have gone on to do some amazing work in the world of computing science. For example, Chris Hoefgen, a Victoria Entrepreneur and 1998 Camosun graduate, is the co-founder and Chief Technical Officer of TinyMob Games company.
As a certificate or diploma graduate in Information and Computer Systems, you could earn an annual salary such as: