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Duration

2 years

Tuition

$12,758

  Montreal

Jan 2-Jan 2

Plus 1 other start dates

Sep 5 - Sep 5 2025

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Degree

Year Founded

1974

Scholarships

yes

The MEng in Information Systems Security trains students to design, implement and manage the security of real-life information systems. Through applied research and academic coursework, you will examine the theories and practices currently used in the security of information systems. You will have access to state-of-the-art laboratories and research centres in a faculty whose areas of study include cyber forensics, database security and cryptography, among many other categories. Some examples of current research projects include quantitative models of network vulnerabilities, analysis and design of stream ciphers and security evaluations of open-source softwares.

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Student Reviews (4)

Concordia University

Concordia university review

Varun Gupta

Montreal • April 5, 2022

Graduated From

Master of Engineering (MEng) in Information Systems Security

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

3 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

2 stars

Located at the Centre of Montreal, this English speaking university is favorite choice for student
Concordia University is an indifferent university.
Staff, professors and other members are friendly, kind, sweet and genuine.
Loyola is...

Located at the Centre of Montreal, this English speaking university is favorite choice for student
Concordia University is an indifferent university.
Staff, professors and other members are friendly, kind, sweet and genuine.
Loyola is the greenest campus they have. There are multiple labs on each floor.

One benefit of the school is the Webster library. It's probably one of the simplistic and beautiful libraries I have ever been in and the layout and floor plan is well thought out. Also, it is located near the Metro and most other students go their during their downtime.

I truely enjoy getting my education in the university, but the management and bureaucracy is flawy which makes it miserable and soul crushing also

People at the Reception are very helpful and metro station is just under the university building ,that is the best thing for students and saves time too.

Place for smartest minds in the world to collaborate and make the world a better place.

Concordia University

Great coding bootcamp

Imran Saadeh

Montreal • June 4, 2021

Graduated From

Web Development Diploma

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

4 stars
I chose Concordia and DecodeMTL because I heard the curriculum was strong and easy to follow. Having a connection to Concordia is also valuable for employers. The diploma is very demanding. I started with basic knowledge of HTML and still needed to com...

I chose Concordia and DecodeMTL because I heard the curriculum was strong and easy to follow. Having a connection to Concordia is also valuable for employers. The diploma is very demanding. I started with basic knowledge of HTML and still needed to commit the hours to learning on my own. The instructors are very good at their jobs. They were always available when I needed them and helped me whenever I was stuck. They put everything into a business context too which I appreciated. The last thing is that you need to hustle to find a job. The school will help with CV editing, mock interviews and getting you a better online presence. It all helps, but some students like to think a job will be waiting for you without any work. That's not true, so be ready.

FAQ

  • Are your courses taught in English or French?

    Our courses and material are all taught in English. The language of the Web, and all documentation is generally in English, so students wishing to join us should have a basic working proficiency in English. However, our staff is fully bilingual, and many of our students are francophone. Questions can be asked in your language of choice, and we will help you in your own language.

  • What are the laptop requirements?

    MacOS, Windows, or Linux are all permitted. You need at least 8GB of RAM, and ideally no more than 4-5 years old. Chromebooks, Microsoft Surface, iPads, and all other tablets will not work. If you are unsure if your computer is sufficient, please contact your program manager.

  • What do you look for in applicants?

    We look for one key component - motivation. With the right motivation, anyone can be successful. Take some time to properly fill out our application form. Don't be afraid to show your personality and double check for typos.

  • Are these programs beginner friendly?

    Absolutely! We encourage everyone with an interest in programming wanting to join our course to apply, regardless of your skill level.

  • I have several years of coding experience. Should I apply?

    We've had students with over 10 years of programming experience gain value from our courses. There are always things to learn! If you are not sure, please contact our program manager to discuss your situation.

  • I'm under 18 years old. Can I apply?

    You need to be 18 to enrol for the course. However, you can apply if you are 17 as long as you turn 18 before the start of the course.

  • Do you accept international students?

    Yes, you can come to Concordia Bootcamps as an international student. You will need to ensure you have the proper documents to stay in Canada for the duration of your course. For more information about visas please see the Government of Canada's website.

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