Mendota Heights, MN (PRWEB) September 21, 2007
Brown College in Minnesota recently added three industry-current multimedia prototype classrooms to enhance the learning and teaching experience for its students in the Information Technology Program.
A recognized leader in private, post-secondary education, Brown College offers a multitude of degree programs in areas of Broadcasting, Design, Technology, Business Management and Criminal Justice.
The new multimedia classrooms contain projectors, powered sound systems, network capable control panels, DVD/VCR systems and Smart Board software.
Plans to renovate other classrooms are underway and should be complete before the end of 2007. This technology is a new, innovative way of learning and teaching.
Having industry-current classrooms is important to Brown's successful School of Technology. The school offers students the opportunity to learn game design and development, network development, software development or information technology in a degree program. The newly installed software will help students gain the skills needed to become successful in the business world. For more information on the new technology classrooms, call (800) 574-3777 to speak with an Admissions representative.
About Brown College
Founded in 1946, Brown College in Mendota Heights, Minnesota, is a leader in providing students with the technical knowledge, skills and hands-on training needed for a successful career. The school offers Associate and Bachelor degrees with their business management, digital photography, radio broadcasting and information technology degree programs. The Career Services department at Brown is part of a national network that can offer students assistance in their job search after graduation. For more information on what Brown College has to offer, visit http://www.browncollege.edu.