Computing & Digital Technology
Computing & Digital Technology at LMC
"If you’re interested in getting to grips with the practical aspects of computer hardware and technology, you’ll find the right course in our Computing & Digital Technology department. Working across a range of practical assignments will help you on your way to a career or furth study in computing."
Jon Lloyd, Head of Computing & Digital Technology
The department has five dedicated Mac suites for student use.
Where does it lead?
Past students have gone on to University of Teesside, University of Central Lancashire, University of Sunderland, Edge Hill University, Portsmouth University and Staffordshire University. Career options include IT support, programming, development and the creative side of the industry with games development and interactive media.
"I have really enjoyed this course this year, so far we have learned lots of technical things from filming equipment to editing. I have expanded my knowledge about the media industry in general. I have developed my skills in pre-production, shooting videos and editing.”
Jessica Jubb, Creative Digital Media
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