Computer Science Training Through Projects


Southeast College’s Computer Science Training through Projects Program uses hands-on projects to teach introductory computer programming and software development.

The course will include:

  • Introductory computer science concepts
  • The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Structure and development of a real-world computer science project
  • Software development collaboration
  • Personalized learning plans

Students will work on real projects resulting in a showcase at a local conference in September 2024.

The program simulates a software company where students take on different roles to complete projects together.

Each student will get a personalized “Continuing Professional Development” learning plan to help them succeed.


Project-Based Learning works! Students learn real-world skills by completing real projects. They will be mentored by a live instructor at the Estevan campus.  Students will showcase their work on their resume or portfolio. They will build connections with local businesses and others who are passionate about software development and technology.


Southeast College, Estevan Campus. In-person training and mentorship.


July 2nd, 2024 – Aug 27, 2024  (week of July 16th no class)

8 weeks to complete the project.

  • Tuesdays: 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Main class time)
  • Thursdays: 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Optional in person mentorship office hours and group lab time)

Our Pilot Program ends on August 29th, with two additional workshop/work lab periods on September 3rd and 5th.

Project presentations will be held on September 10th and 11th at the ICED rural conference.


$499, with $300 bursary for each student upon program completion.



For more information Contact the Centre of Sustainable Innovation:

Ryan Gustafson

Tania Andrist

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