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Programming in C#
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This program will enable you to develop a clear understanding of object-oriented programming concepts and skills using C#, which can be applied to modern software development methodologies. Using the tools provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework, you will design desktop and web applications by using C# and .NET library. You will develop knowledge and skills in the areas of C# along with design patterns. This program is for programmers having experience looking to update their skills and also for beginners. This course prepares professionals for official Microsoft certification, after which professionals can apply for better jobs or promote themselves for higher level positions at their current job.

​Class Schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Friday (6PM to 9PM)

Who should apply

Individuals with an aptitude for programming or having tried hands on scripting would be an ideal choice. Professionals preparing for 70-483 exam., Professionals who want to change careers Students who have completed an undergraduate in any field.

Eligibility and Requirements

This is an entry-level course/program, but it assumes that learners have the following: General IT knowledge. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Internet browsers. High school diploma. An aptitude for math may be an asset but not required.

Programming – C#

Intro to programming
Concept of pseudo-code
Problems and approach to solutions
Demonstrate logic through example

Components of .Net framework
C# libraries
Execute a C# technology application

Getting familiar with IDE
Exploring Visual Studio
Executing application in IDE
Compiling and debugging

Primitive data types
Variable declaration and usage
Arrays, structs and enumerations

Sequential processing
Decision making
Control flow
Methods and loops

Lists and dictionary
Stack and queue
Hash Table

Class and object creation in C#
Constructors and methods
Oops concepts
Access modifiers
Static concept in C#

Working with files
Different exceptions

Intro to events
Working with delegates
Abstract classes

Singleton pattern
Factory pattern
Other patterns



Microsoft 70-483 certification - Programming in C#


  • Taught by Industry Experts as instructors
  • Discount on Certification Program
  • Eligible to claim tax credit up to 25% of course fees
  • 24*7 Lab Virtual Desktop access
  • Evening and Weekend schedule
  • Vendor Authorized Training


The AEC program at MCIT helped me gain a solid understanding of mobile app development modules, algorithms, data structures, JUnit, MVC patterns, and enterprise solutions.

Maria Angela Diaz — Mobile Development Student
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Montreal College
of Information Technology

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