Information Technology Programmer-Analyst
AEC - Technologies | LEA3Q | Information Technology Programmer-Analyst

Computer science, the most widespread technology tool of our time, offering the greatest possibilities for research and development, represents the best way to ensure a stable and promising career.

The Information technology programmer-analyst program (AEC) trains students to locate, collect and analyze data on the information processing needs of users; to carry out data modeling and processing using fourth generation software; and to configure network applications.

This programming course students with quality training and prepares them to break quickly into the job market. The program will prepare students for one of the following certifications: CompTIA A+, Microsoft MCSD (Visual Basic .NET, Visual C++, etc.) and Oracle OCA (SQL, PL/SQL).

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to make the most of their skills and work in a number of possible positions:

  • Programmer Analyst
  • Technical Support
  • Analyst and Management-Software Developer
  • Technical Maintenance of Computers and their Peripherals
  • Database Designer
  • Computer Consultant

The students must have a personal computer or be willing to purchase one before beginning the program.

Windows (latest technology) and LINUX

  • Application Database Development
  • Data Processing Basics
  • Structured Programming: C++
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Architecture
  • Communication and Interfaces
  • Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
  • Operating systems: Windows 2000, Linux
  • Databases
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
  • Data Structure: C#
  • Information System Development
  • Computer Terminology
  • Computer Networks
  • Event Programming
  • Internet Programming I
  • Advanced Databases
  • Internet Programming II
  • Internship I
  • Internship II

Students must complete their attestation with a 270 hours internship within a business.

Course content of the Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) program is given for information purposes only. LaSalle College reserves the right to change, modify, add or remove one or several software programs or programming languages from the curriculum at any time. Any such changes will, however be made without affecting either our stated teaching objectives.

The school supports a student-run computer club to counsel and support new computer science students and to organize sports and cultural activities.

Java, C#, Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, Microsoft ASP.NET technology, HTML, ORACLE, SQL, Microsoft Visual C++, UML, Flash Action Script, PL/SQL, JavaScript.