Attention Sheridan Grads and Current IT Students: Need Help To Choose a 3 Year Program

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Apr 17, 2018
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Attention Sheridan Grads and Current IT Students: Need Help To Choose a 3 Year Program

Hi there, I know this topic has been touched on a few times in the past but it has been quite a while back and in such an evolving industry like IT things may have changed. I am looking for advice on what program to chose to secure a job in IT. I initially thougth I want to do a 2 year program but I think I am now open to a three year program with co-op. I am also considering Georgian 2 year Computer Programmer but was not able to find any relevant fedback about it here.

The ones that seem most appealing to me at Sheridan are: ... completion ... ng/courses ... st/courses

I hope there are some current students or Sheridan grads who can comment on their experience with those programs.
I think I am most interested in job prospects upon graduation, where is the most demand in terms of a job market and in which program I will have more chances landing a co-op.
Any feedback on those/advice would be highly appreciated.
Thank you!
P.S. I have Bachelor in an unrelated field and I am not aiming (at least now) to transfer to a degree. I just want to finish school, get my first job ASAP and then pick up the courses and certifications on the go.
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Jun 4, 2018
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I'm also interested in this topic. There are a lot of 3 year programs.

The criteria that I would consider are as such:

1- Which college is teaching most recent technologies/programming languages?
2- Which college has best co-op opportunities/connections?
3- Which college has better staff in terms of actually teaching?