Cloud Computing Technologies offered by GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE
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Today we are gong to talk about the Cloud Computing Technologies offered by GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE located in the town of Tronto in the beautiful province of Ontario. Let us now discuss this course and its attributes.
This is a PG Diploma program of 1 year for those students who has Completed a Bachelors program in specific subjects. The requirement indicated here is the bare minimum. The student must also have earned a minimum score of 55. The IELTS or English language requirement for this program is 6.5 overall with minimum 6 in all bands
This is what the education institution offering this course has to say about the program they are offering: The one-year Cloud Computing Technologies program will provide students with a broad and in-depth technical base through courses in system and network administration, cloud productivity tools, cloud computing design and implementation, and cloud computing security from the most popular and fastest growing cloud providers.
Cloud Computing Technologies training will be valued in organizations across industries. Entry-level positions for graduates include:
Junior Cloud Computing Engineer
Data Engineer, Data Scientist
Cloud Solutions Engineer
Cloud Security Developer
Therefore, if you have completed at least 15 years of Education or in other words, completed a Bachelors program, and this course is to your liking, then, please contact email@example.com for more information on admissions. Keep in mind that this course is for students who has specialized in the following majors, Mathematics, Business, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, or Science,