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  • Degree - NAIT offers a number of business degrees and applied science and technology degrees accredited by Alberta Advanced Education.
    Applied degree programs offer a stronger emphasis on practical applications of the concepts learned in the classroom
  • Diplomas & Certificates - These credit programs take 1 or 2 years and lead to government approved and industry-recognized credentials.
  • Journeyman Certificate - Hands-on and expert-led apprenticeship and industry training for skilled trades and technology professionals.
  • Continuing Education/Non-Credit - NAIT offers a wide range of non-credit programs and courses for personal and professional development in a number of interesting and exciting fields. These options are great for people who may be working but are interested in studying as well.

Delivery Options

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  • Day - Courses taking place between Monday - Friday, before 5 PM.
  • Evening/Weekend - Courses taking place on weekdays from 5 PM or later, or Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Online - Sometimes called "Home Study" or "Computer-Based Learning"
  • Distance - Traditional correspondence format. These courses work best if you can't get to a campus or if your schedule can't accommodate fixed class times

Length

The average or expected time it will take to complete your program.

Open Studies

Open Studies allows you to explore credit courses without applying to a program.
It is an opportunity to get a feel for school and what program you want to be in.

International Students

Program availability may be limited for international applicants. Contact your student advisor for more information.

Advanced Credit

You may apply for advanced credit once you have been accepted into the program. Advanced Credit can be Transfer Credit (for completed post-secondary courses) or PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).

Transfer Credit

In addition to the common guidelines outlined on the Transfer and Credit Options section and on the Transfer Credit Request Form (PDF), your program has other advanced credit requirements that are applied to each request including:

  • You must have completed the course or program no more than 7 year(s) ago unless a formalized articulation agreement is in place
  • You must have a minimum mark of D in the course(s) or program

Prior Learning and Assessment Recognition (PLAR)

If you do not qualify for transfer credit or credential recognition, Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) may be an option.

Contact the program for additional information about Advanced Credit.

The Digital Media and IT (DMIT) program is multi-disciplinary in its approach. Spanning a range of career opportunities from business analyst to visual designer, this innovative program allows you the ability to meet industry demand while developing skills aligned with your inidividual talents and inclinations.

The Digital Cinema area of emphasis gives you real world, hands-on experience that will allow you to not only learn about filmmaking but also become a filmmaker and creative entrepreneur.

Employment rates reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and do not guarantee future employment opportunities.

Salaries reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and are not a guarantee of future alumni income.

Hands-on, industry-relevant skills

DMIT - Digital Cinema courses prepare you for the creative, technical and business aspects of the rapidly growing digital cinema industry while also introducing you to industry organizations and professionals that can assist you in launching your career.

Our in-depth and industry-directed courses will help you identify original stories and teach you how to plan, script, budget, film and edit these stories to deliver finished narrative fiction and non-fiction productions. Through all four levels, you will be mentored by award-winning industry professionals.

For aspiring producers, content creators and technical craftspeople, the Digital Cinema area of emphasis is highly focused on the business side of digital screen production. You will have the opportunity to develop your own transmedia production while developing a business plan that includes financing, casting and all five phases of production.

Elective courses

Because of the flexibility and breadth of the DMIT program, you may choose to take elective courses from other DMIT streams in addition to your core stream courses. The courses listed on this page are provided as recommended courses that will help you succeed in your chosen DMIT area of emphasis. 

Enter the workforce with confidence

Careers

Common jobs for Digital Cinema grads include:

  • Producer
  • Director
  • Writer
  • Cinematographer
  • Filmmaker
  • Film Editor
  • Sound Technician

Co-op opportunities

As a result of DMIT's close connection with industry, various co-op opportunities exist for students in the DMIT program. Many companies offer our students paid co-op positions that provide direct experience in specific areas of study. Co-op is also seen as a staffing strategy for many organizations.

Contact the program at dmit@nait.ca or 780.378.6140 for more information.

Co-op opportunities are available for 4-month terms.

Students must have a minimum of 28 credits and a GPA of at least 2.7 to apply for a co-op position. These co-op opportunities benefit not only DMIT students but also the employers.

Become a trusted professional

After graduation and required work experience, you may also be eligible to join the following professional associations:

Opportunities for further education

You may also continue your studies after graduation by pursuing a Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech) or Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology (BAIST). Diploma grads can earn a BTech or BAIST degree with just two more years of study. Full-time and part-time study options are available. 

BTech - Technology Management

Completion of this diploma qualifies as the first 2 years of NAIT's unique 4-year Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management degree.   Find out more

Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology – Information Systems

Prepare for career opportunities as a senior systems analyst, designer or project leader.   Find out more

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Term 1 - Required Courses

COMP1017Web Design Fundamentals I
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT108
  • Open Studies: Available

This course provides the student with an introduction to the basics of web design. The topics covered are semantic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and crafting web pages using a plain text editor. With these skills, students will be able to create visually rich multi-page websites.

DMIT1001Communications for Digital Media & IT
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT101, IST140
  • Open Studies: Available

Beginning with an overview of computing, digital networks and the interdependent relationship between information technology and new media, students in this survey course are able to identify their inclinations and abilities in the IT and new media space. This is critical in helping define their individual training paths within the program. This awareness reinforces the course's orientation toward "audience first" communications in IT business and media creation. Students develop skills in research, collaborative thinking and professional presentation techniques. This course is intended to develop self-awareness, client/audience orientation, interdisciplinary communications and teamwork skills.

DMIT1009Digital Suite Technology
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with the areas of emphasis of Animation, Digital Cinema, or Game Design.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT106
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course establishes a foundation in video editing, sound manipulation and motion graphics. Students will have a basic understanding of how video files are created, manipulated and formatted for a range of uses. This foundation provides a basis for advanced studies in video editing, sound design, motion graphics, animation, and video production.

DMIT1013Digital Content Story Development
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with the areas of emphasis of Animation, Digital Cinema, Game Design, Game Programming, IT Business Analysis, or Visual Communications.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT171
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students in the course learn the fundamentals of story origination structure and visualizing for the screen. DMIT 1013 will introduce students to various formats, styles and approaches used in writing and designing narrative storyline for a variety of media. Emphasis is placed on learning key concepts and dynamics in visual storytelling. Students will complete several individual and collaborative assignments that will demonstrate their ability to develop original narratives and characters. By the end of the course students will be able to complete a screenplay starting from their initial original idea all the way through the synopsis to treatment and the final script. This course will focus on character driven narrative with creative writing and script writing skills.

Term 1 - Electives

COMP1008Digital Graphic Design Tools
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with the areas of emphasis of Animation, Digital Cinema, Game Design, IT Business Analysis, Visual Communications, or Web Design and Development.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT102
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The instructional objectives of this course are to teach the practical functionality of two core software tools; Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The tools are taught modularly with an emphasis on their interoperability as they apply to various streams of graphics production.

DMIT10033D Modeling I
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program in the areas of emphasis of Animation, Digital Cinema or Game Design.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT100
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students are introduced to the foundations of 3D modeling and animation. The intent of this course is to allow students to experience modeling, texturing, lighting, and rendering.

DMIT1011Introduction to Transmedia
  • Requisites: This course is not available to Open Studies students.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course will introduce students to the concept of Transmedia in today's digital media environment. How transmedia evolved, the various media platforms that are currently combined and how media stories are communicated effectively across various transmedia platforms. As a final project students will be required to create a proposed Transmedia project (story and campaign) demonstrating how media narratives are communicated across a diverse set of platforms and modalities.

DSGN1016Visual Communications I
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with the areas of emphasis of Animation, Digital Cinema, Game Design, Visual Communications, or Web Design and Development.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT107
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students in this course are introduced to the fundamental importance of visual design in composition. Through a combination of lectures and labs, students are encouraged to discover through an iterative process the various elements and theories of visual design and how they are deployed according to defined principles. The assignments draw from historical context to develop a basis and foundational connection to the importance of modernism in the evolution of contemporary design process. This course is a recommended prerequisite for the media and web design course streams.

Term 2 - Required Courses

DMIT1510Digital Video and Sound Capture
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program or the Digitial Media and IT Co-op program. Prerequisites: DMIT1009, DMIT1013.DMIT1524 is recommended.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides students with an understanding of the techniques and skills required to digitally record and capture video for content creation. Students will learn to operate the NAIT level one camera systems plus some basic lighting and grip techniques. This course will cover the various digital camera functions and operational procedures, types of record media, and transferring media to editing software. Plus, students will be required to work in a production crew environment demonstrating various crew responsibilities and duties. Included in this course will be safety awareness procedures for motion picture crews. Emphasis will be placed on professionalism and team work through application of hands on video technologies.

DMIT1522Storytelling for Documentary and Digital Media Formats
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program or the Digitial Media and IT Co-op program. Prerequisite: DMIT1013. Co-requisites: DMIT1510, DMIT1526.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT184
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students in the course learn the fundamentals of nonfiction storytelling for various formats, styles and approaches used in writing and designing a narrative storyline for a variety of digital media. Students will gain an understanding of the role of the writer and how undertake the process of researching a topic and transforming an idea into a nonfiction shooting script. Students will also learn to craft a narrative within the budget, scheduling and creative confines of the theatrical, television and on-line environment. Emphasis is placed on learning key concepts and dynamics in visual storytelling. Students will complete several individual and collaborative assignments that will demonstrate their ability to develop original narratives. Students will gain a basic understanding of the practical techniques used to efficiently create a shooting script from a story concept for digital capture and how to work collaboratively with a producer and director. This course will also introduce students to basic techniques used when working with a customer to assess the client’s needs in the area of branding and creating a narrative for a professional corporation. By the end of the course students will be able to complete a nonfiction script starting from their original idea all the way through the synopsis to pitch and the final shooting script.

DMIT1524Digital Video Post Production Process
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT and Digital Media and IT Co-op programs. Prerequisites: DMIT1009. Students are encouraged to take DMIT1526 as a co-requisite course as well.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides advanced understanding in motion picture image editing and the processes and steps to completing a picture cut of a project. Students will be introduced to theories of editing, standard and digital cutting, pacing, story continuity, parallel plots, montage, documentary style and abstract editing approaches. In addition students will learn the basic principles of color correcting motion picture images. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of these techniques through actual editing of projects with Adobe Premier Pro.

DMIT1526Digital Video Production Planning Process
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT and Digital Media and IT Co-op programs. Prerequisites: DMIT1001, DMIT1009, DMIT1013. Co-requisites: DMIT1510, DMIT1522.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT180
  • Open Studies: Not Available

No matter what its length, each Video project goes through the Five Stages or Phases of Production. The key to a project's ultimate success is good preparation and planning. This course provides the theory and practice on how to prepare for the multitude of steps required to execute development, pre-production, production, post–production and distribution of a video project. Using various production scenarios, students analyze and develop an awareness of the key roles, responsibilities, documents, and stages required to execute an efficient and effective production. In Production Planning Process students will work on (self inspired or external) an original developed project by developing a creative concept, working on a production crew and completing the project in post-production. This project will demonstrate the necessity of communication and collaboration between the various production departments.

ORGB1500Organizational Behaviour for Media and IT
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: DMIT1001. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT183, DMIT258, IST370
  • Open Studies: Available

Organizational Behaviour provides students with an opportunity to understand practical aspects of what people think, feel, and do in a business environment. Students will be exposed to individual, team, and organizational issues and theories.

Term 3 - Required Courses

DMIT2000Advanced Communication for Digital Media and IT
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: DMIT1001.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT154
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides opportunities to apply communication concepts and skills to an IT or digital media environment. It will allow students to further enhance their skills in formal research, academic and business writing, discussion facilitation, as well as formal presentations, some of the foundational skills for career success.

DMIT2013Advanced Digital Cinematography
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with an area of emphasis in Digital Cinema. Prerequisite: DMIT1510.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students will become familiar with project management processes required of a director of photography. In this class they will discuss reflect and plan the required components, process and execute a digital cinematography project. Material covered in this course will enhance team effectiveness and production value in both documentary and dramatic projects. The essential skills gained in this course can enhance understanding of the larger financial, technological and aesthetic aspects pertaining to advanced digital image capture for both documentary and dramatic production.

DMIT2026Digital Post Production Sound Design
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with an area of emphasis in Digital Cinema. Prerequisites: DMIT1510.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT239
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides students with an understanding of motion picture sound editing, its processes and basic steps to designing and completing a sound track for a digital media video project. Students will be introduced to principles of Soundscape design including defining types of sounds, basics like sound clip editing, standard dialogue cutting and picture synchronization. Students will learn techniques for analyzing sounds for audience interpretation, beat and pacing techniques, montage sound, documentary style techniques and abstract editing approaches. In addition, students will learn the effect of music on image and the basic principles of a multi-track layering for a final sound mix delivered for picture. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of these techniques through actual editing of projects with Adobe Premiere Pro or Audition.

DMIT2030Documentary and Dramatic Digital Video Production Lab
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with an area of emphasis in Digital Cinema. Prerequisites: DMIT1510, DMIT1524, DMIT1526, DMIT1013.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT232
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This is a comprehensive, project-oriented, hands-on course that builds on the skills and knowledge in digital video production/ editing from previous semesters/ courses and demonstrates how to work in the professional filmmaking/screen industries. This 3rd semester course immerses students in all phases of production for digital media projects. It includes narrative, documentary (factual), artistic and commercial genres. In Production Lab, students will work on (self inspired or external) original developed projects by creating a shooting script, location scouting, casting talent, rehearsing, blocking, directing actors, working on a crew and completing the projects. The course requires the students to apply all the processes covered in 1st and 2nd year video courses. These projects will demonstrate the necessity of collaboration between all of the production departments. Students will assume the positions of the producer, writer, director, director of photography, production manager, assistant director, camera operator, DIT, camera assistant, grip, gaffer, script supervisor, sound recordist, and editor. Productions may require an additional monetary contribution per student to off-set the production costs.

Term 3 - Electives

DMIT2005Compositing and Visual Effects
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with the area of emphasis of Animation or Digital Cinema. Prerequisite: DMIT1003.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students will explore the workflow and processes surrounding the integration of 2D and 3D elements into live action footage by performing a series of project-based experiments involving render passes, matchmoving, rotoscoping, color correction, chroma keying, digital set extension, visual special effects and matte painting.

DMIT2009Art Direction I
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Art Direction is all about vision and resource management. Students will learn to understand a clients needs and turn those needs into a viable and executable concept. Understanding and creating a project brief to communicate that concept to all members of an Art Directors team. Idea visualization and communication are key elements of the Art Directors tool box. Students will learn to think out side the box as well as create appropriate concepts for specific target markets. Students are strongly encouraged to take DMIT1007 and VISA1515 as pre-requisites, but not required.

DMIT2020Introduction to Directing for Documentary and Dramatic Digital Video Productions
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: DMIT1524, DMIT1526, DMIT1013.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT266
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides students with an introductory understanding of digital video image directing. Students will gain a basic understanding of the role of the motion image Director and how interpretation of story and visualization are the core of their work. Students will learn basic directing techniques that can be used in the production of dramas, commercial or industrial programs that help them work within a budget. Students will gain a basic understanding of the practical on set techniques used to efficiently prepare for shooting, how to work collaboratively with the production team and how to plan and track the shooting day for an efficient edit and completion of a program. This course will also introduce students to basic techniques used when directing both professional and non-professional actors.

DMIT2024Motion Graphics
  • Requisites: Pre-requisite: DMIT1009.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT169
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course involves applying the principles and fundamentals of animation to motion graphic projects, such as title sequences, info graphics, kinetic typography, and animated commercials. The principles behind creating lifelike and aesthetically pleasing animations in this course can be applied to both 2D and 3D animation, as well as character animation in both mediums. Students will also create style guides and identities for projects completed by the video stream.

Term 4 - Required Courses

DMIT2590Capstone Project
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: Successful completion of 12 credits of 2000 level courses.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT254
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course will bring together the knowledge and skills acquired during the first, second and third semesters of the DMIT program. Students or student teams will develop a project from analysis, through design, to development for an industry client. To further simulate the business environment, the teams will present their findings through both oral presentation and written documentation.

Term 4 – Electives

DMIT2501Portfolio Development
  • Requisites: This course is not available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: DMIT219
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides students with the skills needed to identify their career objectives and create a targeted marketing plan, including an online portfolio, resume and discipline-appropriate collateral items. Included in the student's marketing plan will be a strategic action plan to conduct job searches and/or RFP opportunities.

DMIT2505Art Direction II
  • Requisites: Pre-requisite: DMIT2009.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Building on the fundamentals covered in Art Direction I DMIT2009, students will expand the scope of their concept visualization. Creating concepts that bridge multi-media types from video, web to print students will work individually and in groups. Students will learn to assess their strengths and weakness as well as provide constructive feedback on team dynamics and individuals skills. An Art Director becomes invaluable when they possess knowledge of multiple industries and skill sets, thus research of various visual skills will be incorporated into projects.

DMIT2510Digital Video and Transmedia Content Producer
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: DMIT2030, DMIT1522.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

In this course, students bring together skills they’ve assembled over the preceding three semesters. This course focuses on the producer’s creative and business roles of managing the various elements required to put together a screen-based production. Aspects of funding, budgeting, staffing and production management are all covered. The Digital Video and Transmedia Content Producer course provides practical study combined with project development designed to prepare students, interested in developing a project for delivery over the growing number of delivery systems including broadcast and online. This course is designed to prepare entrepreneurial individuals for careers as, or with, producers in independent Transmedia production and will direct students through the paperwork that surrounds a creative project. This course will also include information for producers of industrial/promotional content.

DMIT2513Documentary and Dramatic Digital Video Post Production Lab
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: DMIT1524.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an introduction to non-linear editing software that allows students to learn the process of finish editing techniques in both 2D and 3D (stereo) image processing. Students will develop their skills through multiple projects assessed individually and in a group environment.

Tuition

Cost Per Credit: $180
Tuition Cap: $1,940

Tuition for International Students

Cost Per Credit: $747
Tuition Cap: $8,051

Mandatory Fees

NAITSA: $129
U-Pass: $175
Health & Dental: $128
Rec. & Athletics: $70

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Books, Supplies & Program Fees (est.)

Level 1 Term 1: $625
Level 1 Term 2: $625
Level 2 Term 1: $625
Level 2 Term 2: $625


Dates & Deadlines

We recommend submitting your program application at least 90 days before the application deadline.

Application Deadline: Sep 03, 2019

Term Start Date: Sep 03, 2019

Program Availability Status:  

Domestic Applicants: WL
International Applicants: WL

Entrance Requirements

OR

  • Successful completion of any 3 Digital Media and IT courses through NAIT Open Studies with an overall minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency

OR

  • 5 credits of Advanced Level Computer Sciences or Advanced Level Design Studies or Advanced Level Communication Technology courses taken within the Career and Technology Studies program
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency

Competitive Entrance Requirements:

70% overall average Note: Competitive entrance requirements are determined by the program area and are subject to change without notice.

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Open Studies

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International Students

This program is open to international applicants. For more detailed information about applying, visit our admissions page. Learn more

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Waitlisting Program is full and qualified applicants are being placed on a waitlist. For information about waitlists, please visit the Waitlist FAQs.

If you’re on a non-competitive waitlist, you should consider NAIT’s Academic Upgrading program or NAIT Equivalency Tests to become a more competitive applicant.

There is no guarantee that waitlisted applicants will be offered a seat, however it is common for seats to become available until the start of class. As seats become available, they are filled from the waitlist.
Closed Program is no longer accepting applications.
N/A Not available for this term.


*Program availabilty is subject to change without notice.

Scholarships & Awards

The following scholarships and/or bursaries are available to you as a student in this program. To access your opportunities, visit the Student Portal.

Canadian Information Processing Society - Fall $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to a student enrolled in the second year of the Digital Media and IT program who has achieved a high academic standing during the first year of studies and is a member of CIPS Edmonton.

City Of Edmonton - Fall $1,250.00
  • Award Amount: $1,250.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to second year students enrolled in the Digital Media and IT program. The award will be granted on the basis of academic achievement. In addition, students must be a permanent resident of Edmonton.

Computer Systems Technology Academic Achievement Scholarship - Winter $1,200.00
  • Award Amount: $1,200.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to full-time day students of the Digital Media and IT program who have completed their 3rd semester. Awarded on the basis of superior academic achievement.

LGS Group Inc. - Fall $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to second year students enrolled in the Digital Media and IT program. The award will be offered on the basis of satisfactory academic achievement, and to a student who has demonstrated strong interpersonal skills.

NorQuest College - Dave Hoy Achievement Award $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to a NorQuest College student entering the first year of a Business or Technical program as a full-time student, and who have completed their studies with NorQuest College within the last three years. Awarded on the basis of the highest mark in two combined subjects as follows: if applying to a Technical program the subjects are Math and Science: if applying to a Business program the subjects are Math and English.

Wendell Stanton Memorial Bursary $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to mature students (out of high school for a minimum of 3 years) of the Digital Media and IT or Computer Engineering Technology programs at NAIT. Awarded on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic achievement based on first or second semester marks.

CONTAVA Inc. Scholarship - Fall $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 3

Criteria:
Available to student Athletes in the following programs: Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Digital Media and IT, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Network Engineering Technology, and Wireless Systems Engineering Technology. Awarded on the basis of acceptance into their program, and acceptance onto a NAIT Intercollegiate Team.

Women in Technology & Trades IT Bursary $2,625.00
  • Award Amount: $2,625.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to female students at NAIT who are enrolled in the second year of the following programs: Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology, Computer Network Administrator, Computer Engineering Technology, Digital Media and IT, Network Engineering Technology. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Applicants must have achieved a satisfactory academic standing in the previous year.

Bob and Wendy Hiew Bursary $2,000.00
  • Award Amount: $2,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Bob and Wendy Hiew are both NAIT graduates from the Electrical Engineering and Accounting programs. Bob and Wendy have established this bursary in order to support students who are experiencing financial difficulties so they can devote their time to their studies in order to embark on a good career. Available to a second year student enrolled in any full time credit program in either the JR Shaw School of Business, or the School of Applied Sciences and Technology at NAIT. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and a minimum academic achievement of 75% in the first year of their program at NAIT.

Eva Mah Borsato Scholarship $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to a second year student enrolled in the Digital Media and IT program at NAIT. Awarded on the basis of highest academic achievement in the previous semester.

Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Ltd. - Fall $1,250.00
  • Award Amount: $1,250.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to a student enrolled in the second year of the Digital Media and IT program or the Electronics Engineering Technology program who has not yet received any awards. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement, technical abilities, and participation in school activities.

George Ward Digital Media and IT Bursary $1,250.00
  • Award Amount: $1,250.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to full-time students entering the Digital Media and IT program at NAIT of two or more years' duration. Awarded on the basis of superior academic achievement and demonstrated financial need.

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