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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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Winnipeg General Strike

CSIT on Canadian Museum of History Donor Wall for 2009 Interactive Exhibit Work

The Canadian Museum of History (in Gatineau, Quebec) is creating a new Donor Wall that will open in Spring; Professor Whitehead's contribution for the "Winnipeg General Strike" project to the museum, in the name of the school is being recognised on the wall. The wall will also have a digital component where visitors can search the names and see images of the donated artifacts and supported programs.
For more information: Winnipeg General Strike
(January 5th, 2017)

Network Technology Students win 1st Prize in Mayor's Cyber Challenge Cup

Lead by Algonquin Professor Robert Brandon, BIT's Network Technology students (Georges Ankenmann, Jason Reifstenzel, Joseph Mitchell, and John Morrison) beat out competition from the University of Ottawa, Carleton's Computer Science program, Algonquin College's Computer Systems Technician program, and La Cité, to come first place in Ottawa's Mayor's Cyber Challenge Cup. Their prize is a paid internship to some of the regions top cyber security firms.
For more information: Mayors Cyber Security Challenge
(November 19th, 2016)
Six IMD students at the CanCWIC conference

BIT & HCI students attended Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing

Twenty BIT and HCI students attended the first Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing, held in Ottawa on January 22-23, 2016. They learned about computing outreach and skills development such as improving their presentations. Mixed into the program were discussions about being a women in this field. The students appreciated their many networking opportunities.
For more information: Women in Computing
(January 23rd, 2016)