Networks, and increasingly wireless networks, are becoming the hub of commercial and industrial development across the world as we understand and experience the benefits of wireless networking for day to day functions, including:
- operations monitoring and control
- communications within and between organizations
- information sharing within and between organizations
- mobile real time accounting and cost control
- real time sales support and marketing
At the heart of the wireless world is Wireless Information Networking (WIN), and the growing need for professionals who can develop and implement solutions for the configuration and integration of wireless devices.
Capturing data from wireless sensors or wireless synching of mobile devices within secure environments are only a couple of the types of wireless information networking challenges facing businesses, government and organizations today that this program addresses.
Building on the success of our Computer Engineering, Security, and Instrumentation and Control Diplomas, this intensive, unique Graduate Certificate program reflects the latest developments in WIN and relies heavily on applied teaching approaches. It focuses on the design, planning, implementation, operation and troubleshooting of wireless networks, and will cover a wide range of topics including:
- cloud computing
- server technology
- technical project management throughout technology life cycles
- technology as a service - preventing network wide service outages
- domestic vs. commercial/industrial needs
- data mining
- wireless LAN and WAN setup, security and troubleshooting
- embedded wireless sensor network programming
- 802.11 (a, b and g) technologies
- vendor interoperability strategies
Apply for a full-time program online at the Ontario College Application Service (ontariocolleges.ca) website. February 1 is a key date to note. Applications which are received on or before this date will be regarded as having arrived on the same date. This means the date of submission, if it is before February 1, will not be an admission factor. Applications received after February 2 will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.
February 1 is also the earliest admission offer date for applications to programs starting in September. Offers of admission to over-subscribed programs are sent beginning in mid-February. Offers of admission will continue to be processed until programs are filled or wait-lists are established.
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