Banking and Accounting
Banking and Finance
This program provides students with an opportunity to develop or enhance their banking skills. It therefore serves both students who are presently employed in the banking industry and anyone preparing to enter this dynamic field.
Human Resource Management
This course allows training in accounting principles and practices which enable students to prepare, analyze, and verify business reports that furnish accurate and up-to-date financial information and projections to assist managers in making sound financial decisions.
This program, in addition to providing basic accounting skills, offers important expertise for the person in a middle management position.
In this program students are introduced to the world of business. Persons in the business field and students from secondary schools will find this program beneficial as they sharpen and develop skills in accounting, marketing and the use of computers.
This program provides a solid foundation in information technology. Core areas covered in the program are computer programming, mobile application development, human computer interaction, web programming, database systems, and operating systems. Graduates of the program possess the right combination of knowledge and practical, hands-on expertise to take care of both an organization’s information technology infrastructure and the people who use it. Graduates are expected to assume responsibility for selecting hardware and software products appropriate for an organization, integrating those products with organizational needs and infrastructure, and installing, customizing, and maintaining those applications for the organization’s computer users.
Computer Network Engineer
This program prepares the student to design and manage an organization’s LAN and WAN networks. This includes choosing (or at least recommending) the hardware and software to meet an organization’s IT needs as well as managing the rolling out of new equipment and systems
This program will provide students involved in advertisements, brochures corporate identity programs, product packaging, video graphics, computer imagery, signs, and exhibits. Graphic designers are visual communicators who combine color, composition, typography, and illustration in creative, innovative ways to inform, motivate, sell, educate, or entertain
The Architectural technology program offers opportunities to the beginner and advance students alike. Students who intend on pursing higher degrees will find this program helpful as a launching pad into the academic arena. Mature students, who have had some practical work experience, will benefit from this program as it provides the theoretical background, exposure to new technologies and the extensive use of computers in the design and construction process.