Information and Communication TechnologyFebruary 4, 2021
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY 1 & 2 | ICTA1F/ICTB1F – 1 Credit
This ICT course has been designed to give students the basic computer skills they require to succeed at DMCI and beyond. Topics covered include presentation software, spreadsheets, file sharing, formatting professional documents, working with Office 365 and Google Suite.
BUILDING YOUR PROFESSIONAL SKILLS 20S | ADKR2S/PCHR2S – 1 Credit
This course is designed to introduce students to the current standards of the workplace. Once this course is completed, students will surpass the minimum requirements expected in today’s workplace. Skills acquired will include mastering the keyboard, formatting professional and University documents and communication tools used within the workplace. This course is suitable for students pursuing a Post-Secondary education or entering the workforce directly.
APPLIED BUSINESS TECHONOLGIES | ABTR4S – 1 Credit
In today’s business world the ability to gather, organize, analyze and communicate vast amounts of information in a clear manner is invaluable. This course will introduce you to MS Excel spreadsheets, Access databases and Word documents. These are the basic tools used in by business to analyze and assess their operations.
INTERACTIVE WEB DESIGN 30S | IWHR3S/WDHR3S – 1 Credit
Learn how to use Dreamweaver to create attractive and easy to navigate web sites. Explore applications that are used in Fireworks and Flash. Apply frames, style sheets, and create mobile websites. Bring your web pages to the next level!
Through demonstrations and hands on exercises, students will learn the skills needed to create their own short animations. Students will learn how to animate characters, title sequences and more. Specialized professional software is used to model 3D images for use in games, 3D printing and in animation. Students interested in art, graphic design or computer science are encouraged to enroll in this course.
ADVANCED 2D AND 3D ANIMATION 40S | APTR4S – 1 Credit
This course is a continuation of 2D Animation and 3D Modelling. Advanced animation techniques in Flash and Blender will be covered including interactivity, character rigging, game design and motion graphics using Adobe After Effects. PREREQUISITE: 2D Animation & 3D Modelling.
Computer Science Courses
COMPUTER SCIENCE 20S | COSR2S – 1 Credit
In this course students learn all the basics of programming using the Visual Basic language. Students are introduced to basic game design and how to use the basics of the language to make fun and interactive video games. Students will also create a video game from the design to programming stage as their term project.
COMPUTER SCIENCE 30S | COSR3S – 1 Credit
In this course students continue working with the Visual Basic language and are introduced to the Java programming language. They learn to work in groups to create more complex programs such as retro video games like Pac man, Pong, Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. In this course, students are exposed to beginner app design concepts which they will explore in more detail in grade 12.
COMPUTER SCIENCE 40S | COSR4S – 1 Credit
In this course, students begin using their programming knowledge to make fully functional web sites and apps. Students will continue with Java and Visual Basic to create video games that are comparable to the ones on the market. This course is designed for students interested in continuing their studies in computer science at the university level.