AEC Programs

AECs (Attestations d’études collégiales) are career-oriented programs specifically designed for adult students. They may be offered on a part-time or full-time basis giving the student the professional tools required to succeed on the job.

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Graphic & Web Design
AEC Programs (Attestation d’études collégiales)   |   Daytime   |   full-time   |   Ministry of Education

In just under 7 months of full-time study, students in the Graphic and Web Design program will acquire the top creative skills reflective of the contemporary aesthetic in demand by today’s powerhouse businesses. They will develop a “designer’s eye,” becoming proficient at the fundamentals of good design for web and print, knowing what looks good and why.

Full Stack Developer
AEC Programs (Attestation d’études collégiales)   |   Daytime   |   Full-time   |   Ministry of Education

The Full-Stack Developer program is a full-time credit program that leads to an Attestation of College Studies (A.E.C.). The objective of the Full-Stack Developer (FSD) program is to provide hands-on, up-to-date training using current industry-standard methodologies and technologies.
This program is 1,305 hours in length, delivered over the course of five semesters. The program includes 17 courses, including an internship. By the end of the program, students will have attained 16 competencies, and be prepared to enter the labour market with a well-rounded set of skills.

Mobile Application Development
AEC Programs (Attestation d’études collégiales)   |   Daytime   |   full-time   |   Emploi-Québec

This program, leading to the Attestation d’études collégiales, provides specialized training to meet the increasing needs for labour in this sector. Students will receive hands-on training in the development of mobile apps, establishing the foundation necessary to develop native and web-based apps, both on the iOS and Android mobile platforms.

Network Administration
AEC Programs (Attestation d’études collégiales)   |   Daytime   |   Full-time   |   Ministry of Education

The Network Administration program trains students to be Network Support Technicians. Upon completion of this program, students will be able to understand different network protocols, install, maintain network software, troubleshoot and manage a computer network, as well as respond to the network users’ needs…

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