Computer Engineering Technology

Diploma

Program Overview

If you’re fascinated by what makes computers tick, both inside (hardware) and out (software), becoming a computer engineering technologist has great possibilities. Work in information technology roles, network security, embedded systems, robotics, and automated systems. The future is still unfolding, and your career could go in many directions.

The Computer Engineering Technology program is a three-year, nationally recognized, diploma offered full time at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Moose Jaw campus. You’ll get an exceptional hands-on learning experience during five semesters of classroom study and three Co-operative Education work terms.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is unique in our emphasis on both hardware and software. You’ll learn how to:

  • analyze, test and design analog and digital circuits
  • design, fabricate and populate printed circuit boards
  • program personal computers and microcontrollers using various programming languages
  • design and test interfaces between computers and peripherals
  • design, install and administer networks
  • design and test various digital data transmission systems
  • install, configure and maintain workstations and servers in various operating system environments

A capstone research project gives you an opportunity to apply what you’ve learned to the development of an original design, from concept through to prototype.

The Co-op Work Term Advantage

Co-operative work terms are paid, so you'll earn while you learn. Saskatchewan Polytechnic arranges your interviews; it's up to you to shine. It's also a chance to develop important "soft skills" in job interviewing, professional attitude, interpersonal communication and more.

Many of our co-op employers require both a valid Saskatchewan Driver's License and a clean Driver's Abstract. For international students, it can take up to 12 months to obtain a Driver's license; therefore, it is to your advantage to come with a Driver's License from your home country if possible.

Diploma to Degree

Use your diploma to ladder into an engineering degree at Lakehead University or mining engineering technology degree at Queen’s University in Ontario or a technology degree at Memorial University in Newfoundland.

Learning Environment

  • 24 students are accepted each year.
  • Students will hands-on lab and project work, lectures and co-operative work terms.
  • Class hours are 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. daily. Students are expected to complete 30-40 hours of homework each week outside of class time.
  • There are many group projects that require coordination.
  • It is very important that students take initiative and manage their work time effectively.

 

Career and Salary Information

Your Career

Graduates work as network administrators, systems coordinators and systems analysts in IT training and support, research and development and customer sales and service. You can also pursue your dream career in gaming and multimedia development, graphical user interface development, IT security, web-based applications and more.

Potential Careers

Sample Job TitleNOC Classification1Earning Potential2
Computer Systems AnalystInformation Systems Analysts and Consultants (2171)$51,100 - $120,000
Computer Engineering TechnologistElectrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians (2241)$52,000 - $106,100
Computer Network TechnicianComputer Network Technicians (2281)$40,000 - $89,700

Length and Start Date

Start Date(s): September

Length: 76 weeks

There are five academic semesters and three mandatory four-month paid Co-operative Education work terms. Semesters and co-op work term time patterns are listed in Courses below.

Locations

  • Moose Jaw

Admissions

Admission Requirements

Note


*Previous Saskatchewan mathematics requirement also accepted:

  • Minimum of 60% in Math B30 and C30

Special Admission

Applicants who do not possess the academic qualifications for a program may be admitted if evidence of probable success can be established through a special admission assessment. Interested individuals should still apply. Applicants are automatically considered for special admission. However, some specific admission requirements may still need to be met. Refer to the ACCUPLACER© cut scores for this program below, and review additional details concerning Special Admission.

ACCUPLACER©

  • 250 Arithmetic
  • 240 Advanced Algebra and Functions
  • 256 Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics
  • 250 Reading
  • 245 Writing

Admission Method

First Qualified/First Admitted

The First Qualified/First Admitted (FQFA) process is used for the majority of Saskatchewan Polytechnic programs. When we determine that you meet the program's admission requirements, you will be offered admission based on the date you fully qualify for the program. The earlier you provide the appropriate documents and information that qualify you for admission to the next intake, the earlier you might begin your studies. Your application, once qualified, is always considered for the next intake. 

Applicants to programs with multiple intakes in an academic year remain in the application pool until the last intake for that academic year has begun. Programs using the FQFA process receive applications year round and maintain an application pool for each academic year. Qualified applicants who are not offered a seat must reapply for the next academic year. 

Sponsored programs or programs targeted to specific groups do not accept applications year round or maintain an application pool.

See Admission Processes for more information about this method of admission.

Tuition and Fees

Estimates are based on current rates and are subject to change. Amounts for a program may vary by campus. Totals shown here include all mandatory fees as well as approximate cost for books and supplies. Visit the Tuition and Fees web page for a complete breakdown of tuition and fees for this program.

 

2019/20 Academic Year

Year 1 - $7,440
Year 2 - $8,685
Year 3 - $4,810

International Students

View tuition rates for international students.

The program follows this academic and co-operative education schedule. Courses are outlined below by semester.
  Sept - Dec Jan - Apr May - Aug
Year 1 Semester 1 Semester 2 Work term 1
Year 2 Semester 3 Work term 2  Semester 4
Year 3 Work term 3  Semester 5  

Year 1 - Semester 1

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
CAD 100
Computer Aided Design
3
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You will study basic theory and practice of printed circuit board layout. You will use industry standard software to create circuit diagrams and generate required files to produce printed circuit boards (PCBs). You will use software to simulate and analyze circuits.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Equivalent Course(s):
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 112
Introduction to Computer Programming
3
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You will develop programs using a general-purpose programming language. You will learn the essentials of game development. You will develop problem-solving skills by constructing algorithms to meet program input and output requirements. You will develop programs that exhibit good structure to ensure easy debugging and maintenance.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
ENGE 120
Basic Electricity
4
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Your studies will focus on the principles of direct current (DC) circuits. You will analyze principles and theorems of electricity including current, voltage and resistance. You will solve electrical circuit problems.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): LABS 120(concurrent), MAT 110(concurrent)
Corequisites(s):
Equivalent Course(s): ENGE 121
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online
LABS 120
Basic Electricity Lab
4
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You will apply principles and theorems of electricity including current, voltage and resistance as well as verify Ohm’s and Kirchoff’s laws. You will apply measurement techniques to evaluate various circuits.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): ENGE 120(concurrent), MAT 110(concurrent)
Corequisites(s):
Equivalent Course(s): LABS 123
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
MAT 110
Mathematics for Engineering Technologies
4
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You will gain foundational knowledge of mathematical topics applicable to engineering technologies. You will study formula manipulations, factoring of algebraic expressions, geometry and trigonometry, exponents and logarithms, and functions and their graphs. This course is intended to build problem solving and critical thinking skills, and to prepare you for studies in calculus.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Equivalent Course(s): MAT 101, MAT 110CE
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning
SEM 101
Technology Seminars
1
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Your orientation will include discussions regarding the role of technicians/technologists in the workplace and society. You will study time management skills, diversity in the workplace, principles of sustainability and safety requirements.
Credit Units: 1
Course Hours: 15.0
Equivalent Course(s): ENGM 181, ETHC 183, ORTN 120, SEM 104
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning
STAT 200
Statistics for Technology
2
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You will gain knowledge of statistical concepts and techniques applicable to technologies. You will study descriptive statistics, measures of central tendency and dispersion, basic probability, the Central Limit Theorem, and linear regression. This course is intended to build problem solving and critical thinking skills, and to demonstrate the importance of statistics in professional practices.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning
TCOM 102
Workplace Communication
3
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You will examine the employability skills required in the workplace. You will discuss the communication process, and practice effective interpersonal communication techniques and conflict resolution. You will use workplace writing and job search skills.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Equivalent Course(s): COMM 191, JOBS 190, JOBS 288, JOBS 290, TCOM 102CE, TCOM 120, TCOM 140, TMGT 180
Potential Learning Method(s): Learn Linc, Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning

Year 1 - Semester 2

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
COHS 220
Networking Computers
4
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You will be introduced to the role of a network administrator for a computer network. You will analyze network hardware, topologies, protocols, and services. You will install network cabling, operating systems, and applications software.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
DGTL 110
Digital Logic
2
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You will examine numbering systems; particularly, binary, hexadecimal and binary coded decimal. You will study logic gates, flip flops, counter, registers, and decoders of various logic families.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Prerequisites(s): ENGE 120, LABS 120, DGTL 111(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
DGTL 111
Digital Logic Laboratory
3
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You will study logic gates, flip flops, counter, registers and decoders of various logic families as well as design hardware and software required for various programmable devices.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): ENGE 120, LABS 120, DGTL 110(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
ENGE 107
Semiconductor Electronics
4
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You will analyze the characteristics of semiconductor diodes, bipolar transistors, field effect transistors (FET’s) and thyristors. You will operate these devices to design and analyze practical analog circuits. You will apply mathematical calculations, computer simulation and laboratory experimentation to evaluate circuits.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): ENGE 120, LABS 120
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab
ENGE 200
Alternating Current (AC) Basic Electricity
4
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You will analyze the principles and methods of alternating current (AC) circuits. You will evaluate AC voltage and current phasors, reactance, series-parallel circuits, impedance, networks, AC power resonance, and decibel ratios.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): ENGE 120, LABS 120, MAT 110
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
INST 223
Basic Instruments
3
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You will be introduced to the units, dimensions, and standards of measurements. You will study the sources of measurement errors, as well as how to estimate them. You will also learn how to identify instrument types and their performance characteristics. You will calculate the required resistors to extend the range of measurements of ammeters, voltmeters and ohmmeters. You will study direct current (DC) and alternate current (AC) bridges, and their applications in measurements. You will also examine the circuit diagrams of digital multi-meters, frequency meters and oscilloscopes and use them in the lab.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
MAT 112
Differential Calculus for Engineering Technologies
3
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You will gain knowledge of differential calculus topics applicable to engineering technologies. You will study continuity, limits, algebraic and transcendental derivatives and their applications. This course is intended to build further problem solving and critical thinking skills, and to demonstrate the importance of calculus in engineering practices.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): MAT 110
Equivalent Course(s): MAT 223, MAT 226
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning
TCOM 103
Technical Communication
3
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You will use research skills to find technical information and cite it correctly. You will conduct effective meetings and produce supporting documents. As well, you will discuss technical report purposes and formats, write short technical reports and present technical information.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): TCOM 102 or COM 170
Equivalent Course(s): COMM 181, COMM 190, TCOM 103CE, TCOM 106, TCOM 123, TCOM 141, TCOM 190
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning

Co-operative Work Term 1

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
COOP 101
Co-operative Work Term
0
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Your co-operative education term will provide you with the opportunity to consolidate theoretical and practical concepts learned in the classroom and gain valuable experience in a work setting.
Credit Units: 0
Course Hours: 640.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Coop Education Work Term, Prior Learning

Year 2 - Semester 3

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
CIRC 220
Analog Integrated Circuits
4
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You will be introduced to differential amplifiers and be able to identify the characteristics of ideal operational amplifiers (op-amps). You will calculate negative feedback, op-amp frequency responses, comparators, summing amplifiers, integrators, differentiators, active filters, and oscillators.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): ENGE 107, ENGE 200
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
CLTR 200
Culture and Diversity
2
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Your studies will focus on the many dimensions of culture and approaches to promoting inclusion and innovation. You will explore culture in Canadian society as it pertains to Indigenous and immigrant populations. You will also examine the correlation between culture and diversity.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online
COAP 222
Computer Programming
4
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You will study the design, implementation and testing of programs using a high- level language. You will develop problem-solving skills by constructing algorithms to meet program input and output (I/O) requirements. You will develop programs that exhibit good structure to ensure easy debugging and maintenance. You will utilize object oriented design techniques to produce efficient reusable modules. You will employ predefined and user constructed abstract data types to meet application design goals.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): COMP 112
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 221
Computer Hardware Fundamentals
4
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You will study specific integrated circuits (IC) that make up the personal computer. You will analyze characteristics and addressing techniques for various types of memory, as well as basic computer structure and operation. You will design the logic circuits for memory addressing and input/output (I/O) port decoding. You will examine and interpret the basic central processing unit (CPU) internal control unit, I/O interfacing, and secondary storage systems.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): DGTL 110, DGTL 111, COMP 222(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 222
Microcontroller Programming
4
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You will be introduced to embedded microprocessor applications and architecture. You will be introduced to Assembly and C programming languages. You will construct structured C programs for embedded microcontroller projects.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): COMP 112, DGTL 110, DGTL 111
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
ENGE 221
Robotics and Embedded Systems
4
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You will study robotics in the field of embedded systems. You will study the various types of sensors and actuators and learn their characteristics, applications, and interfacing circuits. You will learn the methods of applied research. You will also apply your skills by developing a robotic device in a project.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): DGTL 110, DGTL 111, ENGE 107, COMP 112
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
MAT 210
Integral Calculus for Engineering Technologies
3
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You will gain knowledge of integral calculus topics applicable to engineering technologies. You will study algebraic and transcendental integrals, differential equations and their applications. This course is intended to build further problem solving and critical thinking skills, and to demonstrate the importance of calculus in engineering practices.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): MAT 112
Equivalent Course(s): MAT 231
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning

Co-operative Work Term 2

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
COOP 201
Co-operative Work Term
0
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Your second co-operative education term will build on the experience gained during your first work placement and provide you with additional opportunities to develop skills and techniques related to your field of studies in a real work setting.
Credit Units: 0
Course Hours: 640.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Coop Education Work Term, Prior Learning

Year 2 - Semester 4

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
BUS 203
Entrepreneurship for Engineering Technologies
2
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You will learn the specifics of organizing and opening a small business. You will study the process of entrepreneurship from a technology-oriented background.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Prerequisites(s): TCOM 102
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
CNST 220
Construction Techniques
3
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Your studies will focus on fundamental construction principles, tools and safety. You will use tools to measure, layout, cut, drill and bend as well as solder wires, terminals, printed circuit boards (PCBs) and surface mount devices. You will create a PCB starting with a schematic capture computer program. You will then produce a finished PCB using a computerized milling machine.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): CAD 100
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 207
Computer Interfacing
2
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You will design, develop and debug software for embedded microcontrollers. You will choose and implement appropriate strategies for interfacing microcontroller based systems to various peripherals (including memory, keypads, displays, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) converters, switches and different types of transducers).
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Prerequisites(s): COMP 221, COMP 222, COMP 217(concurrent)
Corequisites(s):
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online
COMP 217
Computer Interfacing Laboratory
3
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You will design, construct and debug a project based on embedded microcontrollers. Your project will involve interfacing to analog and digital peripherals, keypads, displays, and actuators.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): COMP 221, COMP 222, COMP 207(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lab/Practical, Online
INST 229
Electronic Instruments
2
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You will be introduced to the digital storage oscilloscope (DSO), logic analyzer, and spectrum analyzer. Using the DSO, you will experiment with various sampling methods and triggering mechanisms. You will use the logic analyzer in timing and state modes of operation. You will contrast amplitude, frequency, and phase modulation as well as their frequency spectra. You will operate the spectrum analyzer and experiment with the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) technique in order to display the spectrum of a signal. Your studies will include an introduction to fiber optics components
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
MAT 211
Advanced Mathematics for Engineering Technologies
3
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You will gain knowledge of advanced mathematical topics applicable to engineering technologies. You will study series expansions, differential equations, and Laplace and Fourier transforms. This course is intended to further build problem solving and critical thinking skills, and to demonstrate the modelling of physical systems with differential equations.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): MAT 210
Equivalent Course(s): MAT 237
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning
MGMT 211
Project Management
2
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You will be introduced to project management. You will examine the basic theory of project planning and control, from project initiation to project close out. You will apply research techniques and various tools to practice project management theory in a variety of projects. You will practice skills using project management software.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online
PHYS 105
Physics
3
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Your studies will focus on solving certain physics problems using computational software. You will study vectors, translational and circular motion, work, energy and power, electric forces, electric fields and electric potential and magnetism.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Equivalent Course(s): PHYS 121
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online

Co-operative Work Term 3

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
COOP 301
Co-operative Work Term
0
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Your third co-operative education work term will round out the work term experience by adding related work knowledge through the application of theories and practices relevant to your field of studies.
Credit Units: 0
Course Hours: 640.0
Potential Learning Method(s): Coop Education Work Term, Prior Learning

Year 3 - Semester 5

Code
Name/Description
Credits
 
COAP 300
Artificial Intelligence
2
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You will study the concepts and principles of machine learning. You will learn about deep learning algorithms. You will learn about major applications of Artificial Intelligence in various fields.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Prerequisites(s): COAP 222, COAP 301(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online
COAP 301
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
3
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You will study the concepts and principles of machine learning. You will implement deep learning algorithms in Tensor Flow and interpret the results. You will learn about major applications of Artificial Intelligence in various fields.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): COAP 222, COAP 300(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 227
Process Control Systems
4
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You will study methods and devices to control and automate industrial operations. You will differentiate final control operations and discrete-state control. You will design logic control circuits using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). You will also be introduced to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) concepts.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): INST 229, DGTL 110, DGTL 111
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 301
Software Systems
2
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You will analyze characteristics, issues and solutions pertaining to the design and implementation of operating systems. You will master various aspects of computer system administration.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Prerequisites(s): COAP 222, COMP 302(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
COMP 302
Software Systems Laboratory
3
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You will analyze characteristics, issues and solutions pertaining to the design and implementation of operating systems. You will master various aspects of computer system administration and write software scripts.
Credit Units: 3
Course Hours: 45.0
Prerequisites(s): COAP 222, COMP 301(concurrent)
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
CSEC 300
Cybersecurity
4
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You will be introduced to computer and network security concepts. You will gain knowledge on the multiple areas of cybersecurity and its implementation.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): COHS 220
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
PROJ 222
Capstone Research Project
4
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You will apply knowledge you gained in previous semesters. You will conceive and design an original project that incorporates hardware and software. You will research alternative designs, select appropriate strategies and defend your design choices in a final presentation. You will manage the project scheduling and costs to meet broad goals with minimal direction. You will design, construct and test a working prototype; including, a printed circuit board to illustrate the soundness of your design choices.
Credit Units: 4
Course Hours: 60.0
Prerequisites(s): COAP 222, COMP 207, COMP 217, ENGE 221
Corequisites(s): TCOM 104
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Lab, Online
TCOM 104
Applied Research in Technology
2
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You will develop a technical proposal and apply advanced research skills to a technical problem. You will use the technical problem-solving process in an applied research project and present your research findings in a written report and oral presentation.
Credit Units: 2
Course Hours: 30.0
Prerequisites(s): TCOM 103 or ENGL 101
Equivalent Course(s): COMM 115, COMM 182, COMM 290, TCOM 239
Potential Learning Method(s): Lecture/Theory, Online, Prior Learning

Get Credit for What You Know

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

Saskatchewan Polytechnic recognizes that adults learn in many different ways. This includes acquiring knowledge and skills through life and work experience or non-formal training.See links below to more information about PLAR and detailed PLAR candidate guides for the Arts and Sciences courses in this program. To discuss PLAR for other courses in this program, contact us at 1-866-467-4278 and ask for the Program Head of this program.


All students can apply to write a challenge exam to receive credit for MAT 110.  For more information, please contact the Department Head of Arts & Sciences.

Transfer Credit

Many Sask Polytech students benefit from transferring course credit. You may be eligible to transfer credit to Sask Polytech or to another college or university.

Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering. 
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Student Awards

Thanks to the generosity of donors and alumni, Saskatchewan Polytechnic gives away more than $2 million in student awards during the academic year.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers student awards for every certificate and diploma program at every campus. Not all student awards are based on marks - some are based on financial need or things like community or volunteer involvement.

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Accreditation

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) accredits the program at the Technologist level. Technology Professionals Saskatchewan

TAC is a bold, world class accreditation organization, delivering accreditation services for the engineering technology and applied science profession in Canada.

Technology Professionals Saskatchewan is the provincial regulatory body for graduates of this Saskatchewan Polytechnic program.  As a graduate of an accredited program recognized by Technology Professionals Saskatchewan, your academic training places you on an expedited path towards obtaining professional registration as an Applied Science Technologist (A.Sc.T.) or Certified Technician (C. Tech).  For more information, visit www.tpsk.ca

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