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Faculty of Applied Science & Technology

Bachelor of Computing and Network Communications (Honours) – Internet Communications Technology

Design and build the communication networks of tomorrow.

This program is offered in partnership with Brock University. Application for admission to the program must be made to Brock University through the Ontario Universities Application Centre.


Creative, innovative learning is at the core of all Sheridan’s courses. Here are the courses you’ll take in this program.

Year 1 taken at Brock University  
Year 2 Fall/Winter session taken at Brock university  
Year 2 Spring/Summer session taken at Sheridan  
TELE28648 IP Engineering 1 3
TELE20049 Network Service Applications 3
TELE20102 Wi-Fi Networks 6
  Breadth Elective 3
  Breadth Elective 3
Total:   18
Year 3 Fall Session - Co-op Work Term facilitated by Sheridan  
Year 3 Winter Session taken at Sheridan  
TELE31831 IP Engineering 2 6
TELE38525 Network Operations with Active Directory 6
TELE35376 Public Carrier Systems 3
Capstone Research 3
DBAS14444 Structured Database Modeling 3
Total:   21
Year 3 Spring/Summer Session Co-op Work Term facilitated by Sheridan  
Year 4 Fall Session taken at Sheridan  
Operating Systems Design & Unix Systems Programming
INFO39014 Capstone Project 6
DBAS17370 Database Implementation and Management 3
SYST28515 Systems Analysis and Design 3
Total:   16
Year 4 Winter session taken at Brock University  
Year 5 Fall Session taken at Sheridan  
TELE31063 IP Engineering 3 6
TELE33776 Applied Security Principles 6
TELE34660 Internet Core Technologies 6
Total:   18

Note: Courses subject to change. Please contact your Faculty office to obtain your program map.

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