The programes offered include:
Business & Information Technology (IT) programmes :
It aims to prepare students for employment in the private and public sectors - banks, insurance companies, private business and industry and government offices.Graduates of our business and IT programmes are provided with:
Applied business skills
Computer skills - hardware and software
Good work habits
Each programme includes a work placement component that allows students to apply what is learned in the classroom so that they may be readily employable upon graduation. Within this field Certificate Programmes are sttainable in General Business,Computer information, Processing, Office Technology. Diploma Programmes in Applied Business,Computer Information,Processing,Office Technology,Financial Services & Banking.Higher Diploma Programmes in Business Administration,Financial Services & Banking,Information Administration.
Health Science Programmes:
Two types of health science programmes are offered. The first focuses on the administrative side of the profession, preparing students for jobs in health care administration as medical office assistants and hospital assistants. Graduates of these programmes are provided with:
Knowledge of the healthcare profession
Fluency in medical terminology
Basic understanding of the human body
Medical/hospital administrative procedures
Computer skills - general & specialised
The second type of programme prepares students for jobs in medical, chemical, biological and industrial laboratories. Graduates of these programmes are provided with:
Basic knowledge of natural science
Skills in the use of laboratory instruments and analysis
Technical report writing and documentation skills
Higher Diploma Programmes
Medical Laboratory Technology
Health Information Administration
Design Arts Programmes:
Students in the programme learn:
Design foundation and art appreciation
Applied photography and computer graphics
Drawing and illustration
Design studio business practices.
Sharjah Women’s College (SWC) was founded in 1997.
(last updated: 14-March-2003)
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