The field of computing has expanded rapidly over the past 10 years, and students need more information about the field and its related careers.
In reality, there is no single computing discipline but at least five. Including different sub-specialities, there are dozens of possible computing educational paths for prospective students.
This guide, produced by Mount Royal University in Canada and funded by CERIC, outlines the five computing disciplines identified by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and how the disciplines relate to specific job titles and tasks. Information about additional training and specializations are also provided along with links to Canadian occupational information resources.