Computer Engineering Technician

Program Title – Computer Engineering Technician

  • Credential Earned
    Ontario College Diploma

    Full Time

    Program Length
    4 Semesters

    Program Status

  • computerBring Your Own Device

    The BYOD initiative allows you to have access to tools and resources. Review BYOD information prior to the start of your program to ensure you have a system that meets requirements.

  • Tuition and Fees Second Career

Program Codes
T100 (PC) Timmins Campus (CLOSED)
T103 (KL) Kirkland Lake Campus
T100S (PC) Spring Intake – Timmins Campus

January 2021 Intake
T100W (PC) – Timmins Campus

Program Description
Computers and network systems are everywhere: in industry, business, vehicles, law enforcement, laboratories and homes. Computer engineering technicians are needed to support them! This program addresses many applications for computers including business analysis, networking and system security. Computer Engineering Technicians maintain software, systems and networks to improve life for society. This program prepares students to write exams for certifications such as Cisco (CCNA), CCNA Security, Networks +, A+ Certification, Server+ and Linux + Certification.

Career Opportunities
Northern College graduates are able to develop and maintain networks, systems and programs for both business and industry. Graduates can expect to find employment in the following fields/positions:
• Programmer / Analyst
• System / Network Administrator
• Telecommunications
• Municipalities
• Boards/organizations

Transfer Agreements
Download the complete Articulation Agreement list for Universities and Colleges (PDF, 113KB). You can also visit OnTransfer. This site provides information and resources to help students and potential students find their way through Ontario’s post-secondary system.

Contact Information
Eric Lapajne
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 7246