The Department of Computer Science programs have been accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society's (CIPS) Computer Science Accreditation Council (CSAC). The CSAC works with academic institutions to ensure that educational programs prepare students for the demands of the Computing and Information Systems profession. Completion of accredited computer information systems programs, assist graduates in pursuing the Information Systems Professional of Canada (I.S.P.) designation. More information about CIPS and the professional certification program can be obtained at http://www.cips.ca or (905) 602-1370.
In order to contact the local CIPS chapter regarding learning and networking events please see the http://local.cips.ca/london/ web page.
World Task Force: CIPS is participating in a special task force to promote professionalism in Information Technology worldwide. The task force's first meeting is taking place in South Africa on January 8 and 9, 2007. (more)
CIPS in the News: As Canada's association of IT professionals, CIPS was asked to provide insight on the IT skills shortage issue for articles recently published in the Globe and Mail and the National Post newspapers. To view these articles, visit the "CIPS in the News" page at: www.cips.ca/news/cips.
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