Certified Information Technology Engineer

Description Description

The Certified IT Engineer (CITE 300) program prepares individuals to plan, manage and secure the network infrastructure of an enterprise, on the premises, and on the cloud. The program includes knowledge and skill development in business communications and leadership, as well as the essential technical knowledge. The technology focus of this program is network administration, with an emphasis on Windows environments, hardware tools, networking tools and security of the network infrastructure

The CITE 300 program fulfills the need for trained intermediate level cloud/network administrator and security professionals. With major trends in the IT industry moving to virtualization and cloud services, students in this program will learn essentials skills to implement virtualization and securely integrate cloud services in existing IT infrastructures. Program graduates will be well equipped to compete for entry and intermediate level jobs in network administration and security

Program Outline

Job Opportunities Job Opportunities

Program graduates are well equipped to compete for entry and intermediate level jobs in network administration and security. While actual jobs obtained depend on the individual student’s background prior to the program, and their achievements during the program, typical jobs for graduates include:

  • IT Security Administrator
  • Cloud/Network Administrator
  • Network Security Analyst
  • Network Operation Manager
  • Communication Engineer (VoIP)
  • System/Network Engineer
  • Self-Employed System Analyst

Wages Wages

$62,981 – $ 82,036 Annually

Program Admission Requirements Program Admission Requirements

  • High School graduate (grade 12) or Mature Applicant Status (age 19 or older)
  • English 12 (60% or better grade) or College English Assessment Test
  • Pass a math entrance test given by the College
  • For language proficiency, International Students can give their IELTS (General or Academic) score with an overall band of 5.5 or the CLB with Level 7

Program Duration Program Duration

1060 Hours / 53 weeks/ 12.5 months

The program is fifty-three weeks in length. It includes forty-nine weeks of full-time classroom learning, and a four week industry practicum. The Certified IT Engineer program requires 1060 hours to complete. The program is offered in a full-time format, scheduled four hours every day, Monday to Friday.

Course Outline Course Outline

Code Course Name Hours
ITP 101 Introduction to Computers 40
ITP 102 CompTIA A+ 80
ITP 103 CompTIA Network + 80
ITP 104 Configuring Windows 8.1 60
ITP 105 Supporting Windows 8.1 60
ITP 106 Resume Writing and Technique 20
ITP 201 Installing and Configuring Windows server 2012 R2 60
ITP 202 Administrating Windows server 2012 R2 60
ITP 203 Configuring Advanced Windows server 2012 R2 60
ITP 204 CompTIA Security + 60
ITP 205 CCENT (ICND 1) 60
ITP 301 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND 2) 60
ITP 302 VMware Certified Professional 6 – (VCP-DCV) 80
ITP 303 Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements 40
ITP 304 Enabling Office 365 Services 40
ITP 305 CompTIA Linux + 60
ITP 306 Business Communication Essentials 40
ITP 307 Practicum 80
Total 1060

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Tuition Fee


Domestic Students


Course Material Fee








Tuition Fee

$ 20,250

International Students


Course Material Fee

$ 250



$ 500



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