With advances in technology, demand for computer engineering specialists is high. Computers are the backbone of today’s era. Computing has become ubiquitous. With the rapid development in computer hardware and software technology and the application of the computer in almost all walks of life, computer education has become a need of hour. We, here at PCE- computer technology department, are fully geared to provide computer education to the students. The department has state-of-the-art laboratories, well qualified and experienced faculties and staff to cater to above requirements. Computer Technology department has a very vibrant students’ forum SCOoP which organizes co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for bringing out the hidden talents of students. The placement scenario of the Computer Technology students is also quite encouraging as students are placed in various prestigious organizations of IT sectorIn a nutshell, the department strives to create an ambiance that provides opportunities for all-round development of students to face the competitive world.
Multimedia on the Web introduces the basics of web communication, webpage function, and design. Students become familiar with digital media including graphics, animation, video, and sound, and use software to create interactive multimedia documents. The College cannot guarantee co-op employment. All co-op students are required to conduct an independent co-op job search in addition to the supports and services provided by the Department of Co-op Education.
21st Century audiences expect 21st Century content. Students earning UAT’s digital video degree, a film production degree. Apply new technological solutions in digital filmmaking to the age-old challenge of storytelling to achieve true contemporary relevance in digital video production. This film production degree emphasizes film production methods, preparing tomorrow’s content creators to deliver the best of today’s and tomorrow’s technology.
This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares students for an information technology (IT) career in the private or public sectors. Students gain the knowledge and skills to use a broad range of IT-based analytical thinking and problem-solving skills in support of the day-to-day operation of an enterprise`s software systems or in the development of new systems.
Description en-US: To ensure that Nevada students are prepared for life in the digital age, students must be proficient technology users. It is no longer adequate for instruction to focus solely on basic technology skills as was the basis of previous versions of the Nevada Computer and Technology Standards. An example of computer technology is the development of a software program that allows people to accomplish work at home which has been automatically assigned from computers at their job location.