To students and faculty focused on their core programs of study at RCC Institute of Technology, General Studies courses can seem like an irrelevant distraction from their first passion. But, in fact, our General Studies courses are key to the broader goals of an undergraduate education. Although these courses may not relate directly to your field of study they are important and here are just a few reasons why
For Dr Maha Salman, an Interior Design professor at RCC Institute of Technology, conferences present a forum to meet people from different backgrounds, gain new experience and knowledge, get exposure to the latest research in the field of Interior Design and even collaborate with her students.
Is back to school for you? It is a topic Bachelor of Interior Design Student and occasional RCC Institute of Technology blogger, Erica Mawson, recently tackled in an article in D Magazine. Find out more here.
It’s like a scene from the future. Voice controlled cars zipping around, robotic arms and more — the annual electronics showcase takes all the knowledge BTE students have gained over the course of their time at RCC IT and funnels it into amazing inventions on display. This year the showcase takes place on June 1. Find out more about the project here.
Robert Koughan is RCC Institute of Technology’s 2016 Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) program Valedictorian. In this Q&A, Robert, who comes from Toronto by way of Johnstons River, PEI, talks about how he came to RCC and what he is taking away upon his graduation.
Pia Concepcion is the 2016 Valedictorian of RCC Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Interior Design Degree. Pia was born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario and now lives in downtown Toronto. In this Q&A Pia talks about how she dreamed of working in the design industry and how RCC helped her get there.
In this guest blog, Bachelor if Interior Design student Erica Mawson shares tips she learned about creating a perfect portfolio at the recent ARIDO GTA Chapter Career Xpress CXIII Portfolio Review event.
The Bachelor of Interior Design program recently received some huge news when it was announced RCC Institute of Technology’s program is the first of its kind to receive accreditation from the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) Professional Standards.
For anyone with an interest in interior design, inspiration was abound at this year's National Home Show held March 10 to 19. We are very fortunate at RCC institute of Technology to have an excellent relationship with the show and the show manager, Denise Hayward.
Current students of the Bachelor of Interior Design at RCC Institute of Technology can now join The Canadian Decorators' Association (CDECA) as Student Members.