What Can You Do With a Computer Programming Certificate?
You can apply computer programming in any industry that uses computers. Learn the core and build a career as a:
- Information systems manager
- Desktop publisher
- Computer support specialist
- Computer and information research scientist
- Computer hardware engineer
- Database administrator
- Information security analyst
- Software developer
- Game developer
No Experience Necessary
New Skills, New Career
Computer Programming Cert.: What to Expect
- 24 units of required courses
- 6 units of restricted electives
- 30 total units
- A grade of C or higher in all required courses
- Minimum grade point average of 2.0
Computer Business Applications for Windows (CIS 070A) | 3.00
Intro to Computer Science (CS 073) | 3.00
Microcomputer Support Specialist A+ Training (CS 001) | 3.00
Assembler Language (CS 087) | 3.00
Visual Basic Programming I (CS 086) | 3.00
Visual Basic Programming II (CS 086A) | 3.00
C++ Programming I (CS 089) | 3.00
C++ Programming II (CS 089A) | 3.00
Select two classes from the following:
ACCT 001, ACCT 002, ACCT 004, BUAC 010, BUAC 066, BUMA 001,
BUMA 010, BUMA 020A, BUMA 027, CIS 030, CIS 062, CIS 063,
CIS 072D, CIS 073C, CIS 074, CIS 076B, CIS 078B, CIS 082H, CIS 086,
CS 003, CS 004, CS 005, CS 080 | 3.00
What You Learn
- Use structured techniques and object-oriented design to build computer applications.
- What goes into software applications and hardware development.
- The history and evolution of computer systems, including legal, moral, and ethical issues.
- Solve real-world challenges using industry standard tools.