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Senior Years Information and Communication Technology

The Senior Years Information and Communication Technology framework lists the learning outcomes for students completing Senior Years information and communication technology (ICT) courses. The courses focus on analyzing information, communicating messages, and using technology to create products such as print documents, web pages, and video recordings. Students have the opportunity to reinforce and extend the ICT knowledge, attitudes, and skills that they have developed in K-8 and to explore new topics that will support their learning across the curriculum. Senior Years ICT courses may also lead students toward vocational studies related to ICT.

Computer Science

Computer science courses enable students to explore programming languages, develop skills in solving problems and prepare themselves for further studies at college or university.

The Computer Science framework reflects the current demands of post-secondary education and Manitoba’s information technology industry. It replaces the former curriculum documents Computer Science 205 and Computer Science 305.