Learn from students themselves why Mount Royal is a great place to study computer science and computer information systems within the vibrant and diverse campus at the College.
DFS with BMW gives student the chance to test drive career
An international exchange program has put a third-year Computer Information Systems and Business student on the road to an exciting career with one of the world's most prestigious automakers.
Chris Ogston was recently offered a job at BMW in Munich, Germany and will be heading to Europe this summer after he graduates.
Computer Information Systems grads programmed for success
The unique ability to understand computer talk as well as the language of the boardroom is helping two Computer Information Systems graduates gain a competitive edge for their small IT company.
Rob Pittman and Johan Rothzen say the bilingual business skills they learned in the Mount Royal program are exactly what they needed to succeed and they're now using that knowledge to communicate with technology and financial experts in their own languages.
Student designs winning website
A second-year Computer Information Systems and Business student recently received first-place honours in a website design competition hosted by the Calgary chapter of the United Nations Association of Canada (UNAC).
Branford Wang went head-to-head with other students from SAIT, the University of Calgary and Mount Royal in the competition, and the website he designed is now utilized by the association.
A network challenge
At 24, Donny Truong (Applied Business and Entrepreneurship - Computer Information Systems '05) has planned the migration of 100-plus computers to a network.
He's researched vendors to get maximum technological advantage for his non-profit employer while meeting exacting grant requirements. He's spent hours crawling through sub-spaces to map the building for cabling. He's trained employees as the organization moves toward standardized programs and systems.
Eric Sawotin talks about the applied degree in Computer Information Systems and Business
Shivaughan Warwaruk says MRC provided a great start toward her Computer Science university degree
Meghan Eckstadt enjoys the personal learning experience she is receiving in the Computer Science program at Mount Royal.