Computational skills can give you an edge in any field or launch you into an exciting career in the tech sector. Our courses provide the foundational skills you’ll need to excel in today’s fast-evolving world, whether it’s in business, science, arts or technology.
Why study computing and data science at CapU?
As BC’s tech sector continues to grow, demand for skilled staff is escalating. Learning computing skills can create a fast path to a great job.
Maybe you’re interested in a career in technology, or perhaps you simply want to expand your portfolio of skills. Just one course can alter your entire career path by opening you up to knowledge that places you a step ahead.
Computing skills are in demand for a variety of careers today, including business, marketing, film production, research and development, engineering and communications.
Small classes and a world of opportunities
Regardless of your major, your knowledge of computing, or where you want to go in life, we have the right course for you. Many CapU students choose computing courses to supplement their education in other programs. Coding, for example, is a springboard to a world of opportunities.
Our courses are hands-on — with small class sizes and easy access to instructors in computer labs — so you’ll quickly hone your skills. We also offer real-world applications such as robotics, simulation modelling, image processing and artificial intelligence at the introductory level.
Our focus on computational thinking means you’ll learn how to think logically and develop stronger problem-solving skills.
Career paths and further education
Whether you choose to use your credits toward the Bachelor of Science degree, another program at CapU or transfer to another university, our courses are a great way to sample different subjects and build up credits.
With a Bachelor of Science, concentration in computational science, students may carry on to a career in technology. Others use these courses to supplement their skills within their chosen fields. Whichever career you aim to pursue, computational skills will give you a competitive advantage.