Computer Science Technology - Network Management
DEC | 420AC
DEC - Business & Technologies | 420AC | Computer Science Technology - Network Management

The Computer Science Technology program (DEC), with the Network Management specialization stream, trains computer technicians to design, analyze and troubleshoot computer networks using various technologies (multiplatform).

Graduates of this program will be called upon at critical stages of launching and extending networks, and can fulfill various functions involving system usage, network connections and computer hardware. Network managers may be involved in all stages of creating a network.

The course content is always current and perfectly reflects the latest technological developments, leading to certifications recognized in the job market, such as: Cisco (CCNA), CompTIA (A+) and Microsoft (MCSA).

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This program provides students with practical skills in the field of networking, including commercial network installation, server configuration, user management, computer connections, and more.

  • Multiplatform Network Administrator
  • Website Administrator, Webmaster
  • Tech Support and Computer Maintenance Technician
  • Network Connections Programmer

The students must have a personal laptop or be willing to purchase one before starting the program:

System requirements :
Processor : Intel I5 or more
RAM : 12 Gb or more
Hard Disk space : 500 Gb or more
Monitor : 14 pouces ou plus
Connectivity : WIFI et LAN
Ports : 1 port USB 3.0 or more

These specific requirements also apply to MacBook laptops

Note : The Network Management option is available in the second year of studies in the Diploma of College Studies (DEC) program.

Contents of the courses in the Diploma of College Studies (DEC) Computer Science Technology Program are given for information purposes only. LaSalle College reserves the right to change, modify, add or remove one or several software programs or languages of application at any time, while respecting the program objectives and the recommendations contained within the college teaching guide.

  • Computers environment
  • Elements of data processing
  • Structured programming
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computers architecture
  • Object programming
  • Applied statistics
  • Operating system
  • PC Configuration
  • Advanced programming
  • Networking architecture
  • Networking administration
  • Routers configuration
  • Advanced operating system
  • Communication
  • Advanced networking administration
  • Routers installation
  • Networking implémentation
  • Internship preparation
  • Networking security
  • WEB server implantation
  • WAN conception
  • Final project
  • Internship I
  • Internship II

  • 3 Physical Education courses
  • 3 Humanities courses
  • 4 Language and Literature courses
  • 2 Second Language courses
  • 2 complementary courses

* The College reserves the right to substitute certain courses.

  • This program leads to a Diploma of College Studies (DEC).
  • Holders of a Diploma of College Studies (DEC) can either begin to work in their field or pursue university studies.

Have obtained a Secondary School Diploma (DES) and completed the following courses :

  • Language of Instruction from Secondary V,
  • Second Language from Secondary V,
  • Mathematics CST 4e (or Math 426),
  • Physical Sciences from Secondary IV,
  • History from Secondary IV

Have obtained a Professional Studies Diploma (DEP) and completed the following courses:

  • Language of Instruction from Secondary V,
  • Second Language from Secondary V,
  • Mathematics CST 4e (or Math 426)

Have obtained an equivalent education or an instruction deemed sufficient. Every case will be analysed by the college.

The School includes a student-run computer club, which provides support to new computer science students and organizes sports and cultural activities.