An undergraduate pathway provides an opportunity for students with limited English proficiency to learn the necessary reading, writing, speaking and listening skills before enrolling in a degree program. Students often take both language arts classes and courses pertaining to their future degree.
Information technology studies are created to provide students with technological skills and knowledge. They may explore how electronic data is created, processed and stored as well as topics such as security, hardware, software applications and artificial intelligence.
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Undergraduate Pathway in Information Technology in North America
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