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Glyndŵr University Computing Summer School 2011, 4 - 29 July

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Expired Glyndŵr University Computing Summer School 2011, 4 - 29 July

Post by lisa on Mon 23 May 2011, 02:48

Glyndŵr University Summer School 2011

This year we are offering the following Computing courses:
Glyndŵr University Certificate of Continuing Education in Computer Networking.
You will learn about the fundamentals of computer networking, as well as receiving hands-on experience of configuring network devices (switches and routers) and designing small networks (LANs). In addition, the completion of the second year course will prepare you for the Cisco certification examination.

Study modules from Cisco CCNA Exploration
Year 1
CCNA Exploration: Network Fundamentals
CCNA Exploration: Routing Protocols and Concepts

Year 2
CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless
CCNA Exploration: Accessing the WAN
You will undergo a comprehensive e-learning programme, which offers:

Web-based content
On-line assessment
Practical lab sessions
Instructor support

Computer Game Development
Glyndŵr University Certificate of Continuing Education in Multimedia Game Technology.
You will undertake both design and practical work in a state-of-the-art game technology laboratory. Working as a member of a development team, you will use cutting edge computer hardware and modern game development environments.

This programme incorporates 2D/3D character animation, game design and programming for the Internet and modern game platforms (such as PlayStation 3), along with interface design and the game development life cycle.
You will study :

Project management & Research Methods
Personal Development & Professional Issues
Computer Game Design & Development
- Real time rendering OpenGL (C/C++/C#)
- 2D/3D animation (LightWave 9/ Multimedia Fusion Developer 2)

Dynamic Website Development
Glyndŵr University Certificate of Continuing Education in Applied Computing.

The course introduces different aspects of dynamic Web applications with the focus on designing and developing server-side Internet applications using current application frameworks and products.
The course design is guided by the following aims:

to allow students to reveal an understanding of and demonstrate familiarity with the operation of Internet application software;
to design and implement reliable and robust client/server applications according to specification;
to configure, utilise and manage web-based applications suites;
to relate the role played by web-based information management and processing to the wider activities of the organisation;
to relate the activities of the IT industry to the expectations of the wider society.
On completion of the course, students will be able to:
Build dynamic Web applications.
Optimize Web applications.
Manage DBMS content via a Web application
Create controls for Web applications.

For further information and applications, please visit Summer School's website here


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