Graduates from this program perform production, technical support and research activities related to computerized systems. Although mostly employed by companies in the manufacturing industry, computerized systems technologists can also work for consulting firms or research laboratories. The tasks they are entrusted with mainly involve analyzing problems and situations, working on design projects, producing technical documentation, programming and coding systems, conducting tests and providing technical support.
Computerized systems technologists work mostly using microcomputers, computers, software, computerized networks, peripheral interfaces, electronic components, circuit boards, computer cards, mechanical products and components, electronic equipment, computerized systems and technical documentation.
In their professional environment, they may work in collaboration with engineers, other technicians, operators, assemblers, customers and individuals who carry out administrative tasks.