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Bachelor of Information Technology

The Bachelor of Information Technology is a tightly integrated joint collaboration between Carleton University & Algonquin College; the collaboration is designed to offer programs centred around both providing students with both a practical experience and a solid theoretical background

Currently four programs are offered under the BIT Degree: Interactive Multimedia & Design (IMD), Information Resource Management (IRM), Network Technology (NET), and Photonics & Laser Technology (PLT). Each program offers strong practical and theory-based courses

Each program offers an excellent optional industrial placement (coop) opportunity, available after the 2nd year of study, with a strong and growing reputation.

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Latest News

Taryn Laurendeau

Taryn Laurendeau named Carleton's Coop Champion

The Co-operative Education office will be formally recognizing Taryn Laurendeau as a Co-op Champion during the Co-op Student/Employer Of The Year awards on March 24th at 2:00 pm. Taryn has gone above and beyond to build her own success in the co-op program and has paid it forward directly to junior co-op student by developing positions for them at MPC. We are proud!
For more information: Carleton Coop
(March 21st, 2017)
PIR Awards

Prof. Girouard Wins Technology Ambassador Award

The Partners in Research National Awards in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Biomedicine honour excellence in Canadian research, as well as commitment to promoting the benefit of research through public outreach. Professor Audrey Girouard will be recognized at the May 9th ceremony with the Technology Ambassador Award - way to go Audrey!
For more information: Partners in Research
(March 14th, 2017)
Audrey Girouard

Prof. Girouard & Prof. Teather awarded $268K in CFI/ORF Funding

Professor Audrey Girouard and Professor Robert Teather have been awarded a total of $268K to create a human computer interaction research space that will enhance the design and development of innovative ways people can interact with digital media. The research will investigate new inputs and displays used in games, virtual reality, large displays and health care.
For more information: Carleton Newsroom
(February 28th, 2017)