Course code: #MADT
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Mobile application development is quickly evolving and growing to meet the demand of today’s marketplace. The Mobile Application & Design Development Ontario College Graduate Certificate program will allow students the opportunity to develop a wide variety of skills in applications for mobile and tablet devices.
Curriculum focuses on mobile application development topics, and becomes increasingly in-depth to allow students to develop the skills employers demand.
The focus will be on open source development based on PHP and MySQL.
In the second term, curriculum is based on various applied courses and team projects to ensure the continued development of critical skills in publishing their native, game and cross-platform mobile applications on both the App Store and Android Market.
The third term curriculum focuses on user-experience design, web security, online mobile marketing, user interface design and native smartphone application development utilizing the latest standard web technologies.
To synthesize all student learning outcomes, the co-op work term or the applied project provides the components necessary to improve graduate employability competencies.
In this program, graduates develop their problem solving skills to analyze business requirements and design, develop and implement real-life mobile applications. In addition, students expand their business and communication skills through participating in collaborative team projects.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,292|
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The Lambton Institute of English is operated by Lambton College, a public, not-for-profit Ontario post-secondary institution that provides high quality academic training in English as a Second Language (ESL) and English for Academic Purposes (EAP).
This Board of Governors certificate program is designed for full-time students who need to improve their English language skills for post-secondary study. The program is divided into two categories. English as a Second Language (ESL) and English for Academic Purposes (EAP).
The former focuses on establishing a strong foundation in the four skills of speaking, reading, writing and listening in levels elementary and intermediate. The latter focuses on using these four skills for academic purposes.
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