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1 Career Programsg Career Programs are normally six semesters or three years in length. There are some exceptions: the Extended Nursing Program can be completed in eight semesters or four years; and some programs offer a fast track, usually for students who have already completed a DCS or an AEC. Career Programs provide graduates with workplace skills and fundamental knowledge to permit them to practice their profession upon graduation. Cegep Career Programs versus trade schools Students sometimes wonder if studying in a trade school at the high school level would not be better than going to Cegep for three years. But Cegep Career Programs and trade schools are very different. The prospects for advancement and career choices for trade school graduates are limited, whereas, Career Program graduates are not only on the fast track for salary raises and advancement through a company, but are prepared for university if they choose to pursue their studies further. General Education courses are valuable Because of the General Education courses of Cegep studies, Career Program graduates are able to communicate professionally, manage information, write up reports, use numbers, think and solve problems, and they know how to work on teams to carry out projects and tasks. Not only are they prepared for careers as technologists and professionals, but also for sales, management, and administration. Salary expectations Graduates can expect to start at salaries well above the minimum. Starting wages are normally in the $18 to $30 per hour range depending on the profession. Technologists are, of course on a career path and can expect graduated increases in salary as they acquire experience, as well as the possibility of the benefits of full-time employment such as paid vacations, training and professional development, commissions, company medical plans and pension plans. Graduates from the Career Programs are highly sought-after by companies. There are jobs out there that need to be fi lled and companies are having diffi culty fi nding qualifi ed personnel. To get an overview of the prospects of various programs of study and the career outlook for graduates from the Career Programs take a look at Le Palmarès des carrières 2013, published by Septembre éditeur. It s a survey of the 150 best jobs in Québec, the programs of study they require, starting salaries and time spent looking for that fi rst job. In the 2013 survey, many of Vanier s Career Programs led to nominated jobs (Palmarès Nominee 2013), and several of those led to winning jobs (Palmarès Lauréat Winner 2013). As an example of the need for graduates from the Career Programs, take a look at The Gazette, Working Section, on Saturday, June 14, 2008, which surveys jobs available in Computer Science Technology. Another area with too few graduates, is Nursing. According to the Québec Order of Nurses, the province will face a shortage of 7,300 nurses in few years and 23,000 nurses in 15 years! Contact Academic Advising if you plan on university studies Students interested in advanced studies at the university level, instead of immediate employment upon graduation, should contact Vanier s Academic Advising staff during their first semester to be sure they acquire the appropriate prerequisite courses for the university program that interests them. Advisors also know about university programs that offer equivalencies, advanced standing and credits for some Career Program courses, which might reduce the time needed to obtain a Bachelor s degree. At Vanier, 50% of Career Program graduates continue on to university after Cegep. Salaries for Career Program Graduates Graduates of Career Programs fi nd employment in their field through contract, part-time work or permanent positions. Graduates can expect to start at salaries above minimum wage, with benefits and training fitting professional positions. Usually it takes two years to learn the soft skills needed in a profession. After the preliminary period, depending on the profession, the union or collective agreement situation, and the opportunities, graduates can expect their salaries to increase, sometimes significantly. Check out the Job Futures Québec site for scenario concerning salaries and job market expectations. job_futures/job_futures.shtml Program Grid Plan of courses by semester. This is unique for every program and profi le option. Standing and Advancement Standards: Criteria applied each semester to determine if a student maintains eligibility to continue as a full time student in college, and/or to continue in the same program. Also refers to standards to be achieved before a student can enroll in the next semester of a program. These are unique for many programs. Immunization Records Registered students in Animal Health, Environmental and Wildlife Management, Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Special Care Counselling, and Respiratory and Anaesthesia Technology will require up-to-date immunization due to the nature of your training and internships with animals and / or humans. Your Program Coordinator will inform you of the requirements once you have registered. Career Programs 60 Animal Health Technology 62 Architectural Technology 64 Building Systems Engineering Technology 68 Business Administration - Accounting and Management Technology 70 Business Administration - Business Management Marketing 72 Computer Science Technology 74 Computerized Systems Technology 78 Early Childhood Education 80 Environmental and Wildlife Management 84 Industrial Electronics 86 Nursing 88 Office Systems Technology: Micropublishing and Hypermedia 90 Professional Music and Song Techniques 92 Respiratory and Anaesthesia Technology 94 Special Care Counselling For more information on specific Vanier programs, see the Program website or contact the Coordinator. SCAN FOR MORE INFO +? In each program profile look for this QR code, scan with a smart phone for aditional program related information. KNOW YOUR ICONS Use the icons as a quick visual giude to important program related information necessary for admission.? Math classes required Chemistry or Science classes required Physics classes required Music classes recommended Important Information Letter of Intent required Website Admissions Information Coordinator Information 59

2 145.A0 Palmarès 2013 Winner HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math CST /414; Science STE or SE or Cegep Physical Science ; or adult education PSC 4010, 4011, 4012 The following courses are recommended: Math TS/SN 406/426 or equivalent and Chemistry 504 or equivalent. A letter of intent is required. Related experience is considered. An interview may be required. Admissions Information: or or Website: for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Animal Health Technology roviding quality health care for animals P is complex. In addition to mastering technology and procedures, animal health technicians must be adept in the management and care of animals and laboratory facilities, and be able to take on an administrative role in the offi ce. The ability to be compassionate and to communicate and interact with clients is vital. In this dynamic program, the teaching of theory is accompanied by hands-on learning experience. Students take X-Rays, use animal skeletons and models to locate appropriate puncture sites and learn correct injection and sampling techniques, clean teeth, administer medications, monitor anesthesia, and assist Vanier veterinarians during surgery. Mandatory clinical and research fieldwork/ internship placements are part of the program. By the time they graduate, Vanier Animal Health Technicians are team players who are flexible, mature, motivated and highly competent. This program is accredited by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and the Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC). The Animal Health Technology Department also works closely with ATSAQ (Association des Techniciennes et Techniciens en Santé Animale du Québec). Graduating students are eligible to write the VTNE (Veterinary Technician National Exam). Coordinator: or local 6001 for more information about the Animal Health Technology program? 60

3 Program Grid Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Cell Biology Basic Animal Care 1 Professional Information Veterinary Medical Terminology and Calculations General and Solution Chemistry Animal Anatomy and Physiology 1 Basic Animal Care 2 Applied Veterinary Genetics Bio-Organic Chemistry Animal Anatomy and Physiology 2 Microbiology and Immunology Animal Nutrition Practice Management The field of animal health care needs qualified, dedicated professionals who enjoy working with both animals and people. Successful students are: enthusiastic about working with animals and people demonstrate physical dexterity comfortable in a very hands-on environment It is suggested that people with animal allergies consider this condition before choosing this area of study. What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Animal Health Technology? Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Animal Health Instrumentation Techniques Microbiology Techniques Mammalian Parasitology Animal Nursing and Radiology Pharmacology and Toxicology Breeding and Reproduction Experimental Animal Research Techniques Hematology and Clinical Chemistry Laboratory Animals Nursing and Surgical Techniques Research Methods and Experimental Design Clinic Internship Elements of Pathology Exotic Animal Care Histological Techniques and Cytology Research Internship Veterinary Dentistry Graduates typically find employment in: veterinary clinics and hospitals veterinary diagnostic laboratories research facilities pharmaceutical companies government, hospital and university laboratories animal shelters pet shops public hygiene departments zoological and wildlife rehabilitation centres sales representative for pet food companies and veterinary equipment Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. Several of the veterinarians teaching this program graduated from Animal Health at Vanier then eventually pursued university studies in veterinary medicine. Job Futures Québec reports good employment prospects. Emploi Québec states that in all of Québec, this occupation is among those currently most in demand. 61

4 221.A0 Palmarès 2013 Winner HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math TS /426 or SN /426 or Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) Science ST /444 or ATS /416 or Cegep Physical Science or adult education PSC 4010, 4011, 4012 Admissions Information: or or Website: for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Coordinator: or local 6002 for more information about the Architectural Technology program Architectural Technology his dynamic profession combines handson technical knowledge of buildings and T construction techniques with the art of architectural design. Job placement for our graduates is exceptional. New buildings are always being constructed and existing structures are constantly being renovated. This creates a need for architectural technologists to work with architects, engineers, designers, general contractors, developers and other industry professionals. Possessing technical skills, knowing how buildings fi t together and how the construction industry operates are key elements in this industry. Students profit from small classes, peer tutoring, state-of-the-art software and individual teacher attention. Our teachers include practicing architects and engineers who bring that expertise to the classroom. Upon completion of the program graduates understand the science and materials of construction and know-how to combine them with the techniques of design and architecture. All students in this program participate in a two-week internship where they work in the offices of architects, contractors, construction firms or other related companies to get a realistic view of the profession. These internships often lead directly to job offers. As part of their studies, students take fi eld trips to architecturally interesting locations in and around Montreal such as innovative buildings, green buildings, construction sites, architectural land marks, and historical Old Montreal. Past trips outside the country have included trips to New York City, New Orleans, New Mexico and Chicago. Prominent guest speakers keep the program connected to contemporary trends in building design and techniques. Successful graduates in this program thrive on the challenge of design and construction.? 62

5 Program Grid What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Architectural Technology? Combines science and the art of architectural design. Architectural Technologists can choose from a wide range of career opportunities related to building design and construction in both the private and public sectors. These include important supporting roles for not only architects and engineers, but also developers, owners, facility managers, contractors, product suppliers, and municipal planning offices. All of these paths can lead to more senior and managerial positions in fi rms. Setting up your own company or working freelance is also possible. Graduates of this program are qualified to become members of L ordre des technologues professionnels du Québec (OTPQ) that gives them professional recognition and certain advantages. According to Job Futures Quebec, Given the anticipated growth in construction and the demand for architectural services, the number of architectural technologists should increase signifi cantly in the next few years. It should be noted, however, that a very large percentage of these graduates, i.e., from 30% to 40%, do not enter the labour market, but prefer to pursue a university education in all types of disciplines, including architecture and civil engineering. For more details go to: Semester 6 Semester 5 Semester 4 Semester 3 Semester 2 Semester 1 Math for Architectural Technology Computer Applications in Architecture Architectural Drawing 1 Introduction to Architectural Technology Architectural Design and Presentation 1 Mechanics for Architectural Technology Computer Aided Drawing 1 Architectural Drawing 2 Structural Systems and Materials History of Architecture Construction Safety and Site Preparation Computer Aided Drawing 2 Project 1 Residential Construction Design and Presentation 2 Statics and Wood Construction Buildings Services (Small Buildings) Project 2 Building Envelope Steel and Concrete Construction Mechanical and Electrical Services Codes and Regulations Computer Aided Drawing 3 Project 3 Interior Systems and Circulation Renovations Techniques Building Systems Integration Project Management Project Manual Architectural Rendering Internship Project 4 Innovative Technologies Building Survey Contract Administration and Site Review Estimation Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. 63

6 221.C0 Palmarès 2013 Nominee HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math TS /426 or SN / 426 Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) Building Systems Engineeringg g Technology Science STE or SE or Cegep Physical Science or adult education PSC 4010, 4011, 4012 Admissions Information: or or Building Systems Engineering Technology accepts students for Autumn and Winter admissions. Website: building-systems for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Coordinator: or local 6003 for more information about the Building Systems Engineering Technology program his program gives students the expertise T necessary to design heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) systems in modern buildings. Graduates are able to design and maintain those systems as well as the necessary control mechanisms, in order to have healthy, comfortable environments in all types of buildings. Students apply theory and principles of engineering to develop, operate and test the electrical, lighting, plumbing, and fire protection systems along with the HVAC&R operations of any modern building. As part of their program, students do internships with various companies, and visit large mechanical systems such as those of the Biodôme, Complex Desjardins or Place Ville Marie. Job placement possibilities are excellent for graduates. Students have a variety of career choices in manufacturing, contracting, building operations and in the design of commercial, institutional and industrial building systems. In addition, the General Studies component teaches students superior communication skills that can open further possibilities in areas like administration or sales. In any case, graduates earn very competitive salaries with good opportunities for advancement. Students of this program are qualifi ed to become members of L ordre des technologues professionnels du Québec (OTPQ) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), that gives them professional recognition and certain advantages such as awards, professional contacts, and job information. Students applying to this program may join the program in Autumn or Winter.? 64

7 Program Grid What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Building Systems Engineering Technology? Large demand for Building Systems Engineering Technology grads Graduates are employed as designers with consulting engineering fi rms, supervisors of building maintenance teams, technical and sales representatives with manufacturers and distributors of HVAC systems, and HVAC inspectors with government and city agencies. Job Futures Quebec states: Reflecting the strong growth rate in this occupation, the labour market is better than average for all technical program graduates, mainly because of a good rate of placement in training-related jobs and a relatively low unemployment rate. The average starting salary for graduates of this program is $39,000 or more, not including bonuses. Read Whitley s story BUILDING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY p.66 Semester 6 Semester 5 Semester 4 Semester 3 Semester 2 Semester 1 Principles of Electric Controls Computer Software Applied Mathematics Intro to HVAC-CAD Intro to HVAC and Construction Principles of Heat and Fluids Elements of Calculus Physics: Mechanics HVAC Systems Layouts-CAD Ventilation Systems Construction Security and Codes Strength of Materials Heating Systems Industrial Ventilation/IAQ Electrical and Lighting Systems Refrigeration Systems Air Conditioning Systems Plumbing Systems Refrigeration Project HVAC Controls Fire Protection Systems Work Place Psychology Energy Conservation HVAC Cost Estimation HVAC Project Management Internship HVAC Project Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates of this program have significant advantages. The General Studies component of the program opens the possibility of continuing on to university. This option is taken by approximately 20% of graduates. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. At certain institutions Building Systems Engineering Technology graduates may receive advanced standing. 65

8 ? HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Business Administration Vanier College offers two options within Business Administration: Accounting and Management Technology 410.B0 Business Management (Marketing) 410.D0 Both options share a common curriculum in the first three semesters emphasizing basic business and computer skills. The final three semesters permit specialization in accounting or marketing. In both options, students are introduced to major areas of concern in the business world. These include accounting, fi nance, marketing, and human resource management. Both options offer a combination of the practical as well as the theoretical, in order to provide the skills needed to secure entry-level management positions in the business world. There is a mandatory internship placement with the opportunity of international (France) fieldwork. 410.B0 Math TS /426 or SN /426 or Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) and in fact, Math TS/SN 506 is recommended for 410.B0 or 410.D0 since it is prerequisite to Calculus I. Specific program requirements for DVS/DCS students from the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board Adult Education sector should ask about specific program requirements when applying to Accounting and Management Technology. Accounting & Management g Admissions Information: or or Technology Palmarès 2013 Nominee Website: for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Coordinator: or local 6004 or local 7011 for more information about the Business Administration Technology program tudents learn to analyze and create key S fi nancial statements, to write business plans and to use accounting software. Students participate in the annual Vanier Tax Clinic where they learn to run a simulated tax offi ce, complete real tax returns and interact directly with actual clients. What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Business Administration? Graduates work in financial institutions, provincial and federal government departments, small and large businesses, in areas such as marketing, sales, retailing, accounting, office administration, and entrepreneurship. Job Futures Quebec expects the sector to grow by 8% over the next few years. 68 PHOTO, Vanier s Finance Team: Mark Anthony Nowrang, Jonathan Yoon, Camilo Lara-Menendez Gold Medal Winners - Dawson College Finance Case Competition 2013

9 Program Grid DVS-DCS Project: Recognition of credits from DVS Accounting 5731 The Accounting and Management Technology Program (410.B0) has been designed and written in the context of a project to harmonize vocational and technical programs. As a result, it has been harmonized with the vocational education program, Accounting 5731, offered at Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board Adult Education. The purpose of harmonization is to optimize student s progress in their training by making it easier for them to go from one program to another or from one level of education to another without duplication of learning content. Skills acquired during the Accounting 5731 DVS (Diploma of Vocational Studies) are recognized as equivalent to those acquired in the DCS 410.B0 (Diploma of College Studies). Accounting 5731 DVS students reduce their college studies by 495 hours when registering in the Vanier Accounting & Management Technology program. Semester 6 Semester 5 Semester 4 Semester 3 Semester 2 Semester 1 Accounting 1 Introduction to Business Business Computer Applications 1 Business Information Accounting 2 Marketing Business Computer Applications 2 Business Law Business Data Analysis Business Economics Personal Finance Planning HR Management and Supervision Leadership and Team Management e-commerce and Direct Marketing Intermediate Accounting Management Logistics Finance Accounting by Computers 1 Cost Accounting Taxation Negotiations Entrepreneurship International Business Accounting by Computers 2 Introduction to Auditing Project Management Selling and Customer Service Internship and Integration into the Workforce Management Information Systems Communications d affaires Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. At certain institutions, graduates may receive credit for courses completed at Vanier. 69

10 410.D0 Palmarès 2013 Nominee HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math CST /414 and in fact Math TS/SN 506 is recommended since it is prerequisite to Calculus 1. Admissions Information: or or Business Management (Marketing) tudents will develop detailed marketing plans, advertising campaigns S and business plans. In Advanced Topics in marketing, students are trained as marketing case consultants and have the opportunity to participate in the Vanier College Case Challenge, a multi-college, inter-provincial national competition founded and hosted by Vanier Business Administration. Website: business-administration for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Read the story of VANIER BDC CASE CHALLENGE 2012 TEAM 2013 Case Challenge Keynote Speaker: Mike Miltimore, Riversong Guitars Coordinator: or local 6004 or local 7011 for more information about the Business Administration Technology program? 70

11 Program Grid Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Accounting 1 Introduction to Business Business Computer Applications 1 Business Information and Research Accounting 2 Marketing Business Computer Applications 2 Business Law Business Data Analysis Business Economics Personal Finance Planning HR Management and Supervision Leadership and Team Management e-commerce and Direct Marketing Kudos to the Vanier Team that was tops in Division One and won a place as one of the six finalists in the 2013 Vanier College BDC Case Challenge. Team members Kristy Cummings-Taylor, Samantha Hugues, Mark Clarizio, with alternate Melissa Piro, and Coaches David Moscovitz and Jessica Andrews truly did Vanier proud. Semester 4 Marketing Research Consumer Behaviour Integrated Marketing Communications Retailing What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Business Administration? Graduates work in fi nancial institutions, provincial and federal government departments, small and large businesses, in areas such as marketing, sales, retailing, accounting, office administration, and entrepreneurship. Job Futures Quebec expects the sector to grow by 8% over the next few years. Semester 5 Semester 6 Sales Management and Customer Service Excellence Management Entrepreneurship Advanced Topics in Marketing International Marketing Accounting by Computers 1 Negotiations Marketing Project Internship and Integration into the Workforce Communications d affaires Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. At certain institutions, graduates may receive credit for courses completed at Vanier. 71

12 420.AA HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math TS/SN 506 or Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) Computer Science Technology Admissions Information: or or Computer Science Technology accepts students for Autumn and Winter Admissions. Website: computer-science-technology for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Coordinator: or local 6006 for more information about the Computer Science Technology program omputers are used almost everywhere C today, in businesses, at home and on the go. Access to the internet is a daily occurrence whether from a desktop, laptop or smart phone. The computer is a powerful tool for communication and information processing. However, it is only brought to usefulness and apparent life by a program. A computer program is a carefully thought out, step-by-step, set of instructions prepared by a programmer. Preparation of programs requires analysis, perseverance, and creativity. It is challenging and fun as well. It usually requires teamwork and knowledge in areas other than computers. The Computer Science Technology program includes courses in programming languages, internet programming, graphical design, databases and computer networking. Students learn to develop a variety of computer applications, business websites (e-commerce) and create applications (apps) for mobile devices using Android technology. Included also are courses, courses, as well as courses in the humanities, mathematics, business administration, psychology and physical education. Students in their last semester are placed in a company to do an extensive internship or stage three days per week for the fi fteen weeks of the semester. These companies, large and small, operate in a variety of fields, giving the students an invaluable working experience. Employers regard all aspects of this training as being important for future employees. Upon graduation, a signifi cant number of students are offered employment with their stage company. As well, students who decide to pursue university studies often come to an arrangement for parttime employment while they continue their higher education. This career program is open to qualifi ed students graduating from high school, mature students returning to studies, and to people who are changing their fi eld of study.? 72

13 Program Grid DVS-DCS Project: Recognition of credits from DVS Computing Support 5729 The Computer Science Technology program 420.AA has been designed and written in the context of a project to harmonize vocational and technical programs. As a result, it has been harmonized with the vocational education program, Computing Support 5729, offered at Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board Adult Education. Harmonization optimizes students progress in their training by making it easier for them to go from one program to another or from one level of education to another without duplication of learning content. Some skills acquired during the Computing Support 5729 DVS (Diploma of Vocational Studies) are recognized as equivalent to those acquired in the DCS 420.AA (Diploma of College Studies). Semester 6 Semester 5 Semester 4 Semester 3 Semester 2 Semester 1 Applied Math 1 Programming 1 Information Systems Introduction to Computer Science Applied Math 2 Business for Computer Science Programming 2 Internet 1 Introduction to UNIX Data Structures Database 1 Operating Systems Internet 2.NET Programming Graphical and Wireless Programming Systems Development Networks 1 e-commerce Database Tools Advanced Networks Program Modifications Psychology of the Workplace Advanced UNIX Internship Computing Support 5729 DEP students reduce their college studies by 615 hours when registering in the Vanier Computer Science Technology program. What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Computer Science Technology? Computer Science Technology is a three-year career program that prepares you to work in business, industry and the public sector as a software developer for websites, databases, mobile devices and general business applications. You may also work as a technical support specialist or a network administrator. Computer systems today are more and more complex. Thorough preparation is needed to perform well at jobs in this field. Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates may go on to study not only in I.T. and computer science, but also in such areas as science, architecture, engineering, economics, business administration, mathematics and statistics. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. At certain institutions, graduates may receive credit for some of their Cegep courses thus reducing the time required to obtain a university degree. 73

14 243.A0 HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math TS /426 or SN /426 or Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) Science STE or SE or Cegep Physical Science or adult education PSC 4010, 4011, 4012 Admissions Information: or or Computerized Systemsy Technology omputerized Systems Technology is C unique in that it combines two fields of study: electronics and software. Together these areas offer a complete technical perspective of the computer engineering environment. The understanding of electronic circuitry is enriched with in-depth knowledge of components such as microprocessors, micro-controllers and programmable logic devices, as well as computer networks. Digital technology is used every day, in everything from cars to microwaves to aircrafts and satellites. There are continuous advances in electronic devices such as laptops, smartphones, media players, digital televisions, and digital theatre systems. These are a few of the products that could not have been developed without the assistance of a Computerized Systems technologist who is involved in the design, analysis, assembly and application of computers and digital systems. Website: computerized-systems for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Coordinator: qc.ca or local 6005 for more information about the Computerized Systems Technology program What kind of software is studied in this program? The software component of Computerized Systems Technology focuses on programming languages that are unique to the electrical engineering field such as microprocessor assembly language, in depth knowledge of C/C++ languages, VHDL, and an overview of Linux. An exciting part of this program is the internship where students train in companies specialized in such areas as the design of fl ight simulators, telecommunications systems, computer networks, hardware and software systems, and consumer industrial robotics.? 74

15 Program Grid Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Applied Math 1 The Profession Electrical Technology Digital Circuits Logic of Programming for Engineers Applied Math 2 Digital Systems Assembly Language Programming Analog Circuits Applied Math 3 C Language Programming Introduction to Microprocessors Analog and Digital Electronics PC Hardware Troubleshooting Employment opportunities exist in the following areas: Aerospace industries Aircraft simulation Computer design and maintenance Computer networking Telecommunications Colleges and universities Computer games / graphics Entertainment software Software Consulting Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Telecommunications Microcontroller Hardware Design Networking 1 Advanced Programming in C Language Advanced Programming in Microprocessors Advanced Microprocessor Concepts Programmable Logic Devices New Developments in Digital Technology Networking 2 Real Time Systems Programming Internship Microcontroller Applications PCB Design Network Troubleshooting Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Computerized Systems Technology? Graduates can enter the job market as professional technologists or can continue their education towards an engineering degree. Our professionally trained graduates work in a wide range of areas dealing with the development or maintenance of electronic and computer systems. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. Graduates of this program are in an excellent position to work and gain experience while continuing their university studies part-time. 75

16 322.A0 Palmarès 2013 Bronze Star Winner HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Applicants for Early Childhood Education must provide a letter of intent. Childcare and volunteer experience with young children should be mentioned. An interview is possible. Admissions Information: or or Website: for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Early Childhood Education his is a three year career program that T provides the professional training needed to understand and promote children s learning and development. Extensive fi eldwork experiences provide students with an opportunity to combine theory with practical application. Students develop a caring, patient attitude, good organizational skills and a commitment to personal and professional excellence. The two-year Fast Track Program is available for applicants who have already completed a DCS. Similar advanced standing is possible for those who have already completed an AEC in Early Childhood Care. Interest in the childcare profession is growing rapidly, with high demand for competent, professional educators. The number of children being cared for in Nursery Schools, community preschools, and school age programs as well as CPEs (Centres de la Petite Enfance) has soared. Job opportunities are excellent. Coordinator: or local 6008 for more information about the Early Childhood Education program? 78

17 Program Grid What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Early Childhood Education? Graduates typically find jobs in CPEs (Centres de la Petite Enfance), licensed daycare centres, family home daycares, nursery schools, as well as school-age after-school programs. The labour market for diploma graduates in Early Childhood Education has remained excellent for years and should remain so for some time to come. ECE graduates also go on to university studies in education, early childhood education and child studies. Read Mavis story EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION p.77 Read Marek s story EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION p.82 Semester 6 Semesters 4/5 Semester 3 Semester 2 Semester 1 Introduction to the Early Childhood Education Profession Nutrition for Children Observing Children Communication Skills for Educators Psychology: Child Development 1 Day Care Health, Safety and First Aid Social Dynamics of the Early Childhood Environment Introduction to Fieldwork Psychology: Child Development 2 Fieldwork 1 Play Development in Early Childhood The Creative Educator Educational Strategies Early Childhood Program Approaches 1 Fieldwork 2 Art in Early Childhood Literature and Creative Drama in Early Childhood Music, Motor Development and Creative Movement in Early Childhood Science, Math, Social Studies and Health Education in Early Childhood Introduction to the Administration of an E.C. Service Sociology of the Family Early Childhood Adaptation and Behaviour Problems Early Childhood Program Approaches 2 Organization of an Early Childhood Service Fieldwork 3 Educational Program Design Early Childhood Advocacy and Teamwork Inclusion Issues in Early Childhood Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. Many ECE graduates go on to university studies in Education, Early Elementary Education and Child Studies. 79

18 145.C0 HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math TS/SN 506 or Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) Environmental & Wildlife Management Chemistry 504 or Cegep Chemistry or adult education CHE 5041, 5042 & 5043 with labs Note: Swimming skills are required for the 3rd year of the program. Small boat handling skills and outdoors experience are assets. Admissions Information: or or Website: for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards nvironmental issues are central to our E lives. As a graduate of this professional program you will receive a science-based education as a technologist specializing in environmental monitoring and the management of renewable natural resources. Your training will emphasize a practical, hands-on approach to field and laboratory skills. The Environmental and Wildlife Management program makes use of equipment and techniques that conform to professional standards. We work closely with partners in the environmental industry to ensure that students graduate with the skills necessary for a successful career. The Environmental and Wildlife Management facilities include laboratories located on the Vanier College campus and a fi eld station located in the beautiful Laurentians where most third year training takes place. The local surroundings provide access to a variety of ecosystems. The fi rst two years of the program are spent on campus where students learn the skills needed for their career. They also participate in regular field trips. Third year students polish their skills with either a fi eld-or laboratory-based internship, hosted by government and academic institutions or environmental businesses and organizations. Many graduating students transform this opportunity into future employment. As a student in this program you will be part of a small, tightly focused group with a powerful dynamic. If you are curious, enjoy the outdoors and are passionate about the natural environment, we encourage you to consider Vanier College s Environmental and Wildlife Management Program. Coordinator: or local 6009 for more information about the Environmental and Wildlife Management program? 80

19 Program Grid Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Cell Biology Outlook on the Environment General Chemistry Computer Skills Botany Vertebrate Form and Function 1 Microbiology Biometry Ecology Vertebrate Form and Function 2 Vertebrate Taxonomy Solution Chemistry Find out about the EWM program: Vanier College Open House in early November EWM Field Station Open House in late September Student for a day: Reserve online EWM Field Station What can I do after I graduate with a DCS in Environmental and Wildlife Management? Graduates work in private, public, and academic organizations involved in the inventory and management of birds, mammals, fish and habitats, environmental laboratories, environmental consulting services, water quality assessment, and in research laboratories. Graduates are currently working locally and in many countries of the world. For information on environmental careers, consult ECO Canada (www.eco.ca) an organization that tracks the environment industry and offers information on related careers and training. Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Invertebrate Zoology Ecological Research Techniques Laboratory Techniques and Instrumentation Bioremediation and Waste Management (Note: Summer Semester at the Field Station) Plant Taxonomy Entomology Limnology Fisheries Management Ornithology Ecotoxicology (Note: Autumn Semester at the Field Station) Mammal Management Plant Inventory Research Project (Group) Ecological Cartography Environmental G.I.S. Internship Yes, it is possible to continue on to university studies from this program. Graduates applying to university should consult with an Academic Advisor to know the prerequisites of the program they wish to apply to. At certain institutions, graduates receive advanced standing. 81

20 243.C0 Palmarès 2013 Nominee HOW DO I GET IN? Admission to the College is on the basis of the Quebec Secondary School Diploma (Diplôme d études secondaires); or the Québec Diploma of Vocational Education (Diplôme d études professionnelles) with Secondary 5 first & second languages as well as Secondary 4 Mathematics; or equivalent schooling completed outside the province. Math TS /426 or SN /426 or Cegep Math or adult education MTH (inclusive) Science STE or SE or Cegep Physical Science or adult education PSC 4010, 4011, 4012 Admissions Information: or or Industrial Electronics nstrumentation and automation program I graduates will enjoy an engaging future in one, or many of the industries that employ electronic controls to bring about effi ciency and reliability. Students learn to install, calibrate, maintain and program computerized equipment and instrumentation used in automation, telemetry, and robotics in the modern electronic and manufacturing sectors. Industrial Electronics accepts students for Autumn and Winter Admissions. Website: for more information including Course Descriptions and Graduation and Academic Standards Coordinator: qc.ca or local 6010 for more information about the Industrial Electronics program? 84

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