With March 1st fast approaching, it's finally time to make your choice of college program, and you may be wondering about the many possibilities available to you. Rest assured, we are here to guide you and help you make an informed decision.
The world of technology is changing at a rapid pace and adapting to global trends is a key part of this industry. To meet these many needs, the International School of Business and Technologies offers technical training to develop entrepreneurs and information technology (IT) specialists.
Focused on practice and problem-solving for a dynamic academic path, these courses provide the essential knowledge to break into this constantly evolving industry.
Here is an overview of some of the options offered by our International School of Business and Technologies.
The Video Game Programmer is responsible for making sure that video games work. Basically, it is the person who comes to code with a language that has its specificities, strengths and weaknesses. That's why this training will give you all the tools you need to become a video game developer or programmer.
By the way, did you know that Montreal is a true hub of the video game industry? Indeed, it is the ideal place to immerse yourself in this booming universe. There is a great need for programmers in many industries, including the video game industry.
Developed in collaboration with some of the world's leading video game studios, video game programming training will give you the knowledge you need to carve out a place of choice in the industry.
At the last session, you will have the opportunity to do an internship in a company. This 15-week internship will allow you to put the knowledge you acquired during your training to good use.
We live in a digital age where our personal data is constantly exposed and easily accessible. That's why there are experts in network management and security to help mitigate the risk of dissemination.
Developed in collaboration with key industry players, the DEC in Computer Techniques - Network and Security Management provides the skills needed to manage physical networks and cloud computing. Individuals taking this training will also learn the key concepts of cyber security, one of the priority trends in IT.
The DEC program in Computer Techniques - Network Management and Security offers the opportunity, thanks to Cisco, Microsoft and Linux technologies, to develop computer skills and knowledge for the implementation, management and monitoring of computer networks.
Developed with the support of the information technology business community, the DEC in Computer Science Technology - Programming will propel you straight into a promising career with excellent job prospects.
You will have the opportunity to develop programming skills following a rigorous product development methodology. You will also learn to work with different approaches to conducting computer projects such as Scrum to conceptualize and develop various types of applications and to support and maintain the integrity of applications within the organization by taking into consideration technological advances in the industry. You will be able to analyze and develop according to the object-oriented approach.
Also, did you know that IT programs organize Tech Week every year? This is an institutional event at LaSalle College that aims to bring together students, teachers, industry professionals, collaborators and the community in general around conferences, activities, workshops and mini-courses on information technology.
LaSalle College's School of Business and Technologies offered its students the opportunity to participate in an OACIQ conference. L'Organisme d'autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) ensures the protection of the public who use real estate brokerage services governed by law.