Program Length: 20 months (may be completed in as little as 15 months)
Computer Programming Degree
Information technology experts, including and often especially computer programmers, are in increasingly high demand in the professional and business worlds. By earning your Associate of Applied Science in Computer Programming degree, you can prepare for a number of exciting and fulfilling entry-level IT positions. Some of these include positions in web development, computer programming, and database design. Our computer programming degree focuses on helping you develop the necessary skills that are essential to understanding computer systems and technology. With these skills our students can enter the work force with the ability to find solutions to complex IT challenges. Such skills are in high demand in a variety of industries from private corporations to government agencies and more. Through our computer programing courses, you may be taught several programming languages, database design, and web development skills to assist you in the real occupational requirements that you may face in the future.
Computer Programming Courses
This program of study is directed toward developing problem-solving skills. In conjunction with understanding computers and computer systems, problem-solving skills can enable our graduates to apply their knowledge in finding solutions to problems that arise in the science, business, government, and education sectors of employment. The objectives of the program are to provide a solid foundation of knowledge about computers and to facilitate thinking that will permit continuing growth on the part of the graduates. Prospective students should have an aptitude for mathematics and logic and an interest in analysis and deduction. In the course of their study our students may learn several programming languages, database design and administration, and programming for the Internet. Typically our graduates may be employed in entry-level positions as Web developers or as computer programmers.
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Total Courses: 25Total Credits: 91.5
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