Training to become an IT programmer analyst in Montreal

We offer:

  • DEP/DVS in IT support
  • AEC/ACS Early Childhood Education Techniques
  • AEC/ACS IT Programmer Analyst
  • AEC/ACS in Accounting

Our main strengths:

  • Employment-oriented training
  • Short duration,
  • Wide choice of schedules
  • Guaranteed internship
  • Employment Assistance
  • Experienced and qualified teachers
  • Personalized service
  • The management is always attentive to students' needs
  • State-of-the-art technology
  • Stimulating environment
  • Assistance with the integration of international students (accommodation, welcome at airport, etc.)
  • The College and immigration counsellor can handle international students' file from the time of admission to the application for their study permits

Collège St-Michel is located in Montreal.

For more information, Contact us 514-374-8989

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Located in Montreal, Collège St-Michel offers a training program to people wishing to become IT programmer analysts.

Program description

Type of certification:

  • Attestation of Collegial Studies

Number of credits:

  • 41.26 credits

Training duration:

  • 1845 hours / contact

DEC reference:

  • 420.00

Admission criteria

A candidate who meets one of the following conditions is eligible for this program:

  • have a secondary school diploma (DES/SSD);
  • have a diploma of vocational studies (DEP/DVS) as long as this DEP/DVS has enabled the holder to acquire training related to the program of study;
  • have sufficient training and meet one of the following conditions:
    • have interrupted his or her studies for at least two consecutive sessions or one academic year;
    • have completed at least one year of post-secondary education spread over a period of one year or more;
    • be covered by an agreement between the School and an employer.

The training adequacy will be assessed by submitting a curriculum vitae accompanied by a cover letter.

To be eligible for a program leading to an AEC/ACS, you should meet one of the following conditions:

  • Have interrupted his/her studies for at least two consecutive sessions or one academic year.
  • Be covered by an agreement between the college and an employer or by a government program.
  • Have completed at least one year of post-secondary education over a period of one year or more.

 

Job title

According to the official site of emploi-Québec, the job titles are as follows:

  • IT programmer analyst (health and social services network)
  • Computer coder
  • Computer application developer
  • Computer game developer
  • Software developer
  • E-business software developer
  • E-commerce software developer
  • Interactive media developer
  • Multimedia developer
  • GUI interface developer
  • Analyst programmer
  • Scientific programmer
  • Web programmer
  • Programmer
  • Animation programmer
  • Application programmer
  • Business application programmer
  • Computer application programmer
  • Software programmer
  • Remote computing software programmer
  • Interactive media programmer
  • Minicomputer programmer
  • Multimedia programmer
  • System programmer
  • Operating system programmer
  • Special effects programmer
  • Electronic data processing applications programmer
  • Mainframe programmer
  • Software development programmer
  • Software elaboration programmer
  • computer programmer (health and social services network)
  • Java language programmer
  • Visual basic programmer
  • Satellite communications scientific programmer
  • Computer application developer
  • E-commerce software developer

Discover the admission criteria to our IT analyst programming course leading to an AEC/ACS.

Program objective

This training program is designed to train individuals who are qualified to work as IT analyst programmer. These people develop applications in diverse environments: Web, databases, mobile devices, mastering both structured programming techniques and object-oriented programming. The programmer-analyst must meet the needs of companies with a variety of activities. Tasks can cover any of the steps in an application's development cycle, including analysis and design, construction and testing, and implementation and integration into the targeted IT environment. In addition, he ensures the maintenance of existing software by introducing functional improvements. He also acts as a resource person for users. In recent years, new approaches to computer science in Quebec have become more widespread, increasing career opportunities. The most important changes are the following:

  • mobile technologies, which have radically changed the use of cell phones by opening them to video games, online sales and website visits. With the advent of electronic tablets, the popularity of mobile technologies has increased further, some even questioning the use of traditional microcomputers for personal use.
  • cloud computing, which provides access to computer resources that are stored on the Internet rather than on a local computer. This avenue is particularly promising for companies, as it relieves pressure on local servers, while increasing resilience by ensuring data backup in multiple locations in the event of a failure. This is probably the current trend in the industry.

List of program courses

420-XXX-XX Computer elements 75
420-XXX-XX Programming logic 75
420-XXX-XX Programming technique 75
420-XXX-XX Structured programming 75
420-XXX-XX Object programming I 75
420-XXX-XX Object programming II 90
420-XXX-XX Management programming 75
420-XXX-XX Databases I 90
420-XXX-XX Databases II 90
420-XXX-XX Operating systems 75
420-XXX-XX Configuration of transmission equipment 60
420-XXX-XX Network design and integration 60
420-XXX-XX System design 120
420-XXX-XX Technical support, training and application maintenance 120
420-XXX-XX Entering the world of work 45
350-XXX-XX Interrelationships and communication at work 45
420-XXX-XX System analysis and design 90
582-XXX-XX Introduction to graphic design 45
420-XXX-XX Multimedia development 90
420-XXX-XX Draft Synthesis report 135
420-XXX-XX Work placement in a company 240
TOTAL 1845

Main functions

Interactive media programmers and developers perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Programming, writing, modifying, integrating and testing software code;
  • update existing computer programs by making changes as specified;
  • identify and communicate technical problems, procedures and solutions;
  • prepare reports, manuals and other documents on the condition, use and maintenance of software;
  • assist in the collection and documentation of user needs;
  • assist in the development of logical and technical specifications;
  • establish and lead a team of programmers, if necessary;
  • research and evaluate, a large number of software products, where appropriate.
  • Interactive Media Developers
  • program special effects software for film or video purposes;
  • write, modify, integrate and test software code for e-commerce or any other Internet application;
  • assist in the collection and documentation of user needs;
  • assist in the development of logical and technical specifications;
  • establish and lead a team of interactive media developers, if necessary;
  • research and evaluate a variety of interactive media software, where appropriate.

The computer programmer-analyst must meet the needs of companies with varied activities.

Contact us for more information about our training.

Employment prospects

On its website, Emploi-Québec confirms that analyst programming will continue to offer favourable to very favourable employment prospects in the Quebec City region (Quebec City Census Metropolitan Area - Employment Prospects by Occupation 2015-2019) until 2019.

Collège St-Michel also offers courses to students in Accounting.

AEC/ACS IT Programmer Analyst Montreal

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