Master of Professional Studies in Informatics
Domestic or Permanent Resident December 18, 2023
International In-Country: December 11, 2023
International Out-of-Country: August 1, 2023
Fall 2024 (Beginning September 18, 2024)
Domestic or Permanent Resident September 5, 2024
International In-Country: August 8, 2024
International Out-of-Country: May 1, 2024
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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT STUDY PERMITS
We recommend students looking to pursue a Study Permit apply 3 months minimum in advance of the program start date.
Learn more about Study Permit application on the OGS website.
*Please note – For students applying to our Canadian campuses who are eligible for and wish to apply for a Study Permit via Student Direct Stream (SDS), the IELTS is the only English Language test accepted with the SDS application. Students applying via non-SDS are welcome to apply with TOEFL, IELTS or any of the methods mentioned here.
Program Description and Accreditation
This institution has been granted consent by the Minister of Colleges and Universities to offer this degree program for a five-year term starting March 6, 2020. Prospective students are responsible for satisfying themselves that the program and the degree will be appropriate to their needs (e.g., acceptable to potential employers, professional licensing bodies or other educational institutions).
In today’s technology-driven information economy, informatics—the analysis and design of how human beings interact with information—has applications across many industries, including healthcare, consulting, education, finance, manufacturing, and communications. From designing human-centered information systems to handling data and information security and creating mobile applications, informatics professionals bring technical expertise to bear on a wide range of challenges involving the usability, reliability, privacy, safety and security of information.
This program prepares students to be successful for IT applications and management positions through a balanced curriculum that combines information science knowledge and technical skills training with an understanding of business fundamentals and strategic thinking regarding IT innovation. By connecting computing skills and applications to real-world challenges of information strategy, data governance, ethics and business intelligence, students earn competency in the areas of information technology management, system design and development, information security, human-computer interaction, data analytics, cloud computing and web services, and enterprise architecture.
- Gain a strategic framework for aligning competitive strategies, core competencies, and information systems
- Examine concepts, architectures, protocols, standards, and security models for digital networks
- Acquire tools and techniques for effectively managing small, medium, and large programming projects
- Learn how to adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to research and analysis
- Understand what is required to research, identify, design, implement, secure, and manage technology
- Explore cutting-edge software principles and programming techniques