With information technology, students will gain the ability to understand and respond to data from a variety of different sources.
In addition, they will be able to access and manage a variety and diverse data sets, such as healthcare, financial, and social data.
The information technology degree will also allow students to become involved in the research, design, and implementation of innovative solutions.
The program is designed to prepare students for employment opportunities in information technology.
The first year of the program focuses on data analytics, and will include a research-oriented component, where students will focus on analyzing data and data visualization, and working with data science and algorithms.
In the second year, students work on projects in data analytics and algorithms, data science, machine learning, machine translation, machine vision, and computational linguistics.
The third year focuses on research and teaching, with the goal of expanding their knowledge in a variety, and changing the way people think about and work with data.
In 2017, the U of Toronto Institute of Technology will expand the program to include an additional two years of program, which will focus in on the application of advanced techniques and techniques to the design and application of new and existing applications, as well as applications of new algorithms and techniques.
The U of U ofT will also offer a master’s program in Information Technology that will focus more on the development of new software and software tools for the design, development, and deployment of complex, large-scale systems.
To register, visit the U.S. Department of Labor website.
This story was produced in partnership with the University of Toronto and The Globe and Mail.
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