Information Technology Infrastructure

Full-Time

Program Information

The Information Technology Infrastructure program is a two-year program where students gain highly marketable technical, business, and life skills in the Information Technology field. The program enables students to become proficient in the practices and techniques used in modern IT environments. Throughout the program, students will gain technical proficiency in Microsoft Operating Systems, Linux Operating Systems, virtualization technologies, server administration, disaster recovery, configuration of networks and network services, and security from a user desktop to enterprise systems. 

Students also receive valuable training in several business-related topics such as project management, communication skills, leadership, teamwork, and IT service management. Students bring all these skills together by working on Request for Proposals (RFPs) to provide solutions to common IT projects.

This program creates a unique, stimulating learning environment in which students can safely master current workplace behaviour, resulting in a smooth transition from education to employment. Opportunities are provided to present creative technical solutions to solve typical IT problems. Instructional methodology across all courses integrate discovery - learning techniques, real-life scenarios, and hands-on applications. Students apply their acquired knowledge and skills to industry-based cases, and projects. This is done through several collaborative team projects and a co-op term. This program prepares students for success when studying to write industry certifications for CompTIA A+ (PC hardware), CompTIA Project+, Windows Operating System, and Cisco CCNA. Certification requirements are listed at microsoft.com, PMI.org and comptia.org

The 7-1-7 Programming Model

Beginning in the 2018-2019 academic school year, the School of Computer Studies is launching a new program model at the Sarnia campus. 

This model is based on seven weeks of classes, a one-week break and then another seven weeks of classes (7-1-7). There is no specific exam week in this model but exams may be held in the last week of classes.

During the spring and summer terms, classes will be offered in a compressed format. This means that students will take a set of classes in the first seven weeks (Spring - Session I) and a second set of classes in the next seven weeks (Spring - Session II). 

Breaks should be:

  • Fall Break - October 22 - October 26
  • Winter Break - February 25 - March 1
  • Spring/Summer Break - June 24 - June 28

Admission Requirements

A college diploma or university degree
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Three years of related work experience

Employment Opportunities

Our graduates have the skills required to enter the computer support field as network administrators, network technicians, security administrators, desktop support technicians, computer technicians or help desk technicians. Depending upon the graduate's background beyond this curriculum, they may be ready to accept positions as an entry-level enterprise systems administrator.


Business & International Education
519-542-7751 ext 2433

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Program Information
519-541-2403
info@lambtoncollege.ca


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