Program Start Date: Fall term
Minimum Program Length: 32 academic weeks; 2 terms day or 2 terms evening (See Unique Aspects below); 19 credits
Curriculum Code: 60982
This advanced certificate allows students to develop skills in procedural and event-driven programming. Students design, create and maintain desktop and server databases.
Students gain practical experiences in procedural and event-driven programming languages. They become proficient in software development and data base administration. Students will utilize logical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal and communications skills in a team-oriented environment.
Software developer, PC application specialist, programmer analyst, entry level data base administrator.
Students entering this program must be a graduate of an associate degree or certificate program in computer technology that includes database and programming concepts. See department chair for permission.
The advanced networking classes (indicated by a + symbol below) are offered on a rotating schedule between day and evening hours. The classes will only be offered during daytime hours for fall 2018, spring 2019 and summer 2019. These classes will only be offered during evening hours for fall 2019, spring 2020 and summer 2020 terms.
EEDA Career Cluster:
Information Technology, Business, Management & Administration