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International Certificate in Commercial Computing Applications

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International Certificate in Commercial Computing Applications

The course is specially designed for students who already hold (10+2) qualification or its equivalence. It allows students to attain a more in-depth understanding in the areas of computing and information technology. Upon completion of this International Certificate in Commercial Computing Applications students will proceed on to the International Certificate in Commercial Computing Application & Programming.


Duration : 1 Year

To provide a basic knowledge of computer hardware and software, introduce the business functions to which computers are applied, and examine the ways in which computers are integrated into business organizations.
To provide the specific mathematical skills required for the practical understanding of the use of computers, and sufficient training in programming to make possible the effective writing and documentation of a suite of programs in an appropriate programming language.

Computer & Information Processing
Microcomputer Applications 
Database System
Project: Web Publishing with HTML, JavaScript & Applets
C Programming
Computer Networks

Electives (Choose any 2)

1. Business Organization
2. Java
3. Multimedia

Maximum duration of this programme is 12 months. There will be a progress test for examinable modules towards the end of the module. Students have 3 months to complete each compulsory project-based module in ICIC.

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