Graduate diplomas are issued by colleges, universities, and institutions to students who wish to receive additional instruction after earning a bachelor’s degree. Diplomas are essentially certifications that state a student has completed a required set of courses.
Computer arts courses prepare students for an industry becoming progressively more reliant on digital technology. Classes teach participants to work with new technology and how to implement their artistic styles within the professional world to successfully build a career in this field.
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The objective of the Bachelor Rubika cycle is to enable our students to discover all areas of digital creation, to specialize in the field of their choice (industrial des
The objective of the Bachelor Rubika cycle is to enable our students to discover all areas of digital creation, to specialize in the field of their choice (industrial design, animation or video game), to acquire solid knowledge bases academic necessary to create, to master the technical tools and know team work by project.
It also helps control the communication around these projects.
The aim of this multidisciplinary program is to enable students to develop an approach to the creation of both systemic and global combine theoretical knowledge, technical expertise and project implementation on all types of media, like digital hardware.
It also involves developing a culture of knowledge-being, enabling our students to master teamwork skills, but also learn to express themselves and present a project in public, in French and English....