|Effective Spring 2015, this program will change to Software Development (Certificate) 243.4. Students already enrolled in Software Development (Certificate) 243.3 may complete the current program or move to the new 243.4 program. Students should discuss these options with their advisors.|
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This program addresses individuals with a technical orientation, including college graduates from other fields, who are interested in a career in programming. This program provides students already holding a degree with specific technical competencies for entry-level employment opportunities as programmers.
Students obtain a foundation in computer programming concepts, systems development and data modeling. Students learn software development and programming using object-oriented languages such as Java and Visual Basic.
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:
Prerequisite: Students are assumed to have either taken CIT-111 Introduction to Programming: Java or demonstrate equivalent experience or knowledge prior to starting this certificate program.
See the graduation checksheet for this program in printable PDF form.
Minimum Credits to Graduate: 25–26
|Course #||Course Name||Credits|
CIT Restricted Elective (2 courses)1
1CIT Restricted Electives (3 required; one must be a 200 level course)
CIT-125 Web Development (3 credits)
CIT-135 Introduction to Mobile Apps Programming (3 credits)
CIT-145 Programming in C (3 credits)
CIT-244 Object-Oriented Programming 2: Java (4 credits)
CIT-245 Data Structures & Programming: C++ (4 credits)