Programs Currently Accepting Applications
The use of computer networks in many small, medium and large enterprises has created demand for specialists who provide end-user support, as well as the day-to-day administration, maintenance, and support of computer systems and networks.
The goal of this program is to give graduating students the technical, visual and business skills to perform commercial tasks typically done by self-employed or staff photographers in a manner that meets industry and professional standards.
The Accounting Principles and Related Computer Applications program has been designed to prepare graduates for immediate employment in the field of Accounting, particularly with the use of computerized accounting systems.
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Upon successful completion of the Independent Video Game Design Program, graduates will have acquired the skills and competencies to perform the tasks of an entry-level position related to the occupation of Game Designer in the Independent Video Game Industry.
This program focuses on the key networking technologies needed to plan, design and implement local and wide area networks. Graduates of the program will be employed as PC support specialists, network administrators and network designers.
This program focuses on commonly accepted client and networking operating systems and related equipment. The network administrator plans, designs, implements and administers the essential business systems. Students will be employed as PC support specialists and as network administrators. Due to the shortage of trained personnel, current employment opportunities are excellent.
The program is designed specifically to take students through the discrete development steps of an early-stage company or organization in the creative or cultural sector. The program will focus on helping students develop workplace and industry-wide technical competencies based on the dynamic model of customer discovery and product/service validation as well as using design thinking approach to problem-solving and opportunity identification.
Last Modified: September 26, 2019