Program Code: NDD1
Credential: Certificate of Achievement
Program Length: 21 weeks
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Any further inquiries related to the program will be addressed via the pre-registration platform on an individual basis.
Please review the info available on the website and use the link below to pre-register.
The program is competitive; the number of applications exceeds the seat allocation for the program
and we had waitlists for the previous cohorts. Early registration is recommended.
416.675.6622 ext. 4171
Humber offers a specialized bridging program for internationally trained IT professionals with education and experience in computer programming and software development. This program is designed to provide participants with the advanced concepts, skills, and knowledge required to work as Software Developers. Not only will you acquire and develop technical skills, but also communication and interpersonal skills being sought after by employers in this field.
You will be supported on your journey to employment by a sector specific employment advisor as well as a job developer to ensure that you develop your soft skills and build your employer connections so that you are well positioned to secure employment in the software development tech space upon graduation.
Graduates of the .NET Developer bridging program have secured jobs such as Software Developers, Full Stack, Front End and Back End Developers, Program Analysts, Systems Programmers, and Business Analysts, QA Analysts, among others.
"This program put my career back on track. I worked hard to finish this course on time and made sure to make the most of my time and the resources provided to me. By the time I finished, I had 3 job offers in hand. 2 permanent and one for one year contract. The resources provided by Humber College were amazing”
Sumeet Sethi, .NET Solution Developer, Analyst
“This program has been well thought out and designed to address the technical skills required for the current and highest job demand in terms of technology, which is the Microsoft .Net Technology. This has widened my technical skills to work on different technologies and thus increasing the number of jobs that I can now apply for. In addition to the technical skills, this course has also helped me to improve my soft skills. I got a better overview as to how Canadian companies function in general and how businesses work over here. The most important part was how to write good cover letter, resume to get an interview, and finally to tackle interview questions.”
This course provides students with the technical skills required to write basic Transact-SQL queries for Microsoft SQL Server 2016. This course is the foundation for all SQL Server-related disciplines; namely, Database Administration, Database Development and Business Intelligence. This course helps people prepare for Microsoft exam 70-461 Querying SQL Server 2012/2014.
This course is divided into an in-class portion and an on-line portion. The in-class and on-line lessons alternate. Each week, there are two lessons - you will do one lesson at Humber, and other lesson at home, using Blackboard. This approach permits personal contact with your instructor and classmates, yet also allows you to learn independently on your own schedule.
This course introduces to participants the programming skills that are required for developers to create Windows applications using the C# language. During this program, students review the basics of C# program structure, language syntax, and implementation details, and then consolidate their knowledge throughout the weeks as they work on applications that incorporate features of the .NET Framework. The course introduces many of the techniques and technologies employed by modern desktop and enterprise applications.
This course is designed to bring the student up to date with the latest in Microsoft web technology, ASP.NET. ASP.NET allows developers to rapidly develop and deploy e-commerce and n-tier architecture solutions. Students will learn to access supporting databases and enforce business rules using C#. Using the most recent edition, which includes several new features, a firm foundation in ASP.NET programming will be developed. Visual Studio.NET software will be used for project development.
This course introduces the developers the advanced C# programming concepts like collections and generics, asynchronous programming, multithreading, LINQ, database access, application security, along with installing and configuration application using .NET Framework. The course introduces many of the techniques and technologies employed by modern desktop and enterprise applications, including:
Accessing a database using Entity Framework
This course is designed to give the student the skills required to program Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Representational State Transfer (WebAPI) based distributed applications, using the Microsoft .NET Framework. WCF is at the heart of Microsoft’s distributed computing model. Students will employ best practices and learn how business and service models fit into the .NET Framework.
This course will provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to market themselves to an employer, and to effectively gain rewarding employment through resume writing support, career research strategies, interview practice and developing presentation & networking skills. Canadian workplace culture, business communication and the importance of soft skills will also be emphasized.
Humber .NET Bridging program students will gain a ‘real-world’ development experience to help them achieve their goals of becoming employed productive members of the Canadian technical community. For this reason, the faculty team at Humber has developed and aligned course materials to create a single project that, upon finishing, students can demonstrate to potential employers.
This program is open to internationally trained professionals who:
(For those who qualify, the program is eligible for full reimbursement through the Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program).
Please visit our financial aid page for more information.