AEC – Admission Requirements, Program and Course Selection

AEC PROGRAMS (Attestation d’études collégiales) 

For students who wish to enroll in a program in order to acquire or upgrade technical or professional skills for the job market, career advancement or career change.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants are eligible to register in an AEC program under the following condition:

• Have a Québec Secondary School Diploma ( DES ) or deemed equivalent by the College.

The College may also admit a person who has received education combined with training and experience which it deems sufficient in order to successfully complete the AEC program of studies and meets 1 of the following conditions according to article 4 of the RREC:

• Have interrupted full-time studies or pursued full-time postsecondary studies for at least 2 consecutive semesters or 1 school year ;
• Be covered by an agreement between the College and an employer or who benefits from a government program of studies;
• Have interrupted full-time studies during at least 1 semester and pursued full-time post-secondary studies during at least 1 additional semester; OR
• Have Québec Secondary School Vocational Diploma (DEP).

Applicants must also meet the College requirements specific to the AEC program or their choice.

Please note: Students who do not meet the admission requirements to an AEC program OR do not want to register in a program, may select à la carte courses. Please see 080.CA – Career Development courses.

Programs available:

LEA.BJ – Cisco Networking
LCE.0Z – Publication (Graphic) and Web Design
LCA.84 – Finance
LCA.6A – Damage Insurance

Students who do not meet the admission requirements to an AEC program OR do not want to register in a program, may select à la carte courses. Please see 080.CA – Career Development courses.

LEA.BJ
Cisco Networking

Objective:
To teach Students to design, build and maintain computer networks. Upon successful completion of the four courses, students are eligible to write the Cisco Certified Associate (CCNA) examination.

Specific Program Requirements:

No specific prerequisite is required for admission to this program however students should have a good knowledge of computer fundamentals.

Fall 2019 courses:

LCE.0Z
Publication (Graphic)
and Web Design

Objective:
Using popular industry software such as Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, HTML, and Dreamweaver this program provides students with the skills needed for today’s competitive graphic and web design market.

Specific Program Requirements:

No specific prerequisite is required for admission to this program.

*This program has been revised. Courses previously passed will be applied to the new revised program.

Fall 2019 courses:

 

LCA.84
Finance

Objective:
To give students a sound introduction to business administration and financial accountings, in preparation for work and/or advancement in the field of finance.
Program content:
Students must complete Accounting I (410-104) before enrolling in other accounting courses and should complete Introduction to Business (410-A03) before enrolling in other business courses.

Specific Program Requirements:

No specific prerequisite is required for admission to this program.

Fall 2019 courses:

LCA.6A
Damage Insurance

Fall 2019 courses offered are

Concepts of Law in Damage Insurance 410-F53-AB-80
Wednesday & Thursday: 18:30-22:00
Oct. 9 – Nov. 20

 

Professional Integration in a Computerized Environment 412-F15-AB-80
Oct. 8 – Nov. 16 Tuesday: 18:30-22:00

Nov. 27 – Jan. 11 Wednesday 18:30-22:00

& Saturday: 09:00-16:00
Note the week of Nov. 23, class will be on Thursday

Oct. 8 – Jan. 11

 

Personal Property and Liability Insurance 410-F55-AB-80
Tuesday & Thursday: 18:30-22:00
Oct. 24 – Dec 17

Saturday, November 30: 9:00-16:00

 

Building Codes and Standards 410-F56-AB-80
Tuesday & Thursday: 18:30-22:00
Jan. 7 – Feb. 18

 

Motor Vehicle Insurance 410-F57-AB-80
Wednesday: 18:30 – 22:00
Saturday: 9:00 –16:00
Jan. 8 – March 25

To register for any of the above courses, go to How to Register