Quincy College adds Security, Gaming and Gerontology Programs
August 11, 2014
QUINCY – Quincy College has added three new programs that will available to students starting in September.
The college has created an associate degree program in security management and new certificate programs in computer game development and gerontology.
The school said it added the programs in response to a high demand for jobs in these fields.
The three programs will be offered starting in the fall semester, which starts Sept. 3. Class registration information can be found at quincycollege.edu.
The security management degree program aims to prepare students for careers in a variety of jobs in the security industry, including private security, corporate investigations, asset protection, interpersonal communications and human resource management.
In the game development certification program, students will learn how to create two-dimensional and three-dimensional computer games.
The gerontology program is meant to prepare professionals for careers in human services with a focus on working effectively with elders.
Quincy College, founded in 1958, is a two-year public school that serves about 4,000 students at its Quincy and Plymouth campuses.