IT Software Development Specialist
About the Software Development Specialist Program
This diploma provides students the knowledge necessary to gain entry level employment as a business programmer. Students learn to gather user requirements, develop software applications, and develop technical documentation.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|1015212000||Introduction to Programming
|1080119600||Oral Interpersonal Communication
At A Glance
Multiple Start Dates
2020 Start Dates
|January 8||May 8||September 2|
|February 3||June 1||October 5|
|March 2||July 6||November 2|
2021 Start Dates
|January 6||March 1||June 7|
|February 1||May 7||July 5|
What is Competency-Based Education?
Competency-Based Education (CBE) is learning at your own pace by mastering competencies through demonstration. Once all competencies for a program have been assessed and mastered, students will earn a certificate, diploma, or degree.
*Based on 10-level courses - materials, books, and fees may be additional
What You'll Learn
- Design and implement efficient relational database structures, such as 3NF.
- Understand the various career opportunities in the Information Technology field, along with the social and ethical responsibilities required of those positions.
- Prepare commonly used documents and procedures extracting information from Information Technology case studies.
- Write computer programs to access database records.
- Write interactive computer programs, web-based programs, software documentation, and system design specifications.
- Understanding of the fundamentals of computer networking and the various technologies of local and wide area computer networks through lab assignments and projects.
- Develop the requirements of information systems and databases.
Your Potential Careers
- Web Programmer
- Web Analyst
- Web Developer
- Web Designer
Your application can be submitted online, it takes just a few minutes to complete.
Become a Student
Earn a Bachelor's Degree
Prepare for College
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