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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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Audrey Girouard

Prof. Girouard awarded NSERC Discovery Accelerate Supplement

Prof. Girouard was awarded $40K/year supplement under the NSERC Discovery Accelerate grant for her innovative research in design and evaluation of screenless deformable user interfaces. This deformation will include curving a flexible stylus to adjust the size of a brush for digital artists, bending a screen-free smartphone for visually impaired users, and stretching a bracelet to change the volume of music while running. Way to go Audrey!
For more information: Carleton Stories
(October 19th, 2017)
 
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Facebook Hiring Mission: NET Students

Two Facebook employees who graduated from Carleton University were on campus recently to promote a new program looking to hire Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) graduates from the Network Technology Program (NET). Coming from Facebook's San Francisco Carleton's, TJ Trask (BIT/09) and Carl Verge (BIT/13) set up a kiosk at the School of Information Technology's administration offices in Azrieli Pavilion on Oct. 11 and 12.
For more information: Carleton Newsroom
(October 13th, 2017)
 
Richard Yu

Prof. Yu Receives Funding for Research on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

Prof. Yu has secured funding from the Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP), a federal program led by National Defence's Science and Technology organization in partnership with Public Safety Canada, totaling $974,000 over three years for his research on securing new connected and autonomous vehicles.
For more information: Carleton Newsroom
(October 12th, 2017)