Software and Web Development
Develop the skills to develop software and provide computer support to non-technical users. Coursework includes:
- Web applications
- Desktop programs
- Computer games and simulations
- Network communications
- Technical support
Programs to Explore
Associate of Applied Business in Web Development
The Web development degree prepares students for development, administration and support positions in the emerging digital economy. Students learn to design and develop Internet applications in a client/server environment. Additional topics covered include integrating Internet and enterprise-wide databases, middleware issues, building robust Internet applications, and designing dynamic web portals. Varieties of elective courses are available to augment the program.
Associate of Applied Business in Software Development
The software development major prepares students to program both desktop and web-based business applications. Students will learn to design and develop software using modern, object-oriented languages including C#, VB .NET, and Java. Additional topics covered include database design, web design, and an introduction to networking. Completing this major prepares the student for entry into positions such as software developer, applications programmer, and programmer/analyst.
Associate of Applied Science in Computer Games and Simulation Design
This program is designed to prepare individuals for transfer or employment in a variety of positions including game/simulation designer, programmer or developer. The focus of the program is development of multidisciplinary skills necessary for a career in game and simulation design with emphasis on creation of real games.
Certificate of Proficiency - Information Systems Support
To help businesses succeed and empower their personnel in a technology-rich work environment, highly skilled employees are needed to provide support to the non-technical workforce. This certificate is designed to provide the breadth of technical and user application focus to enable the graduate to provide such support. Upon successful completion the student will have developed the skills necessary to support the non-technical users' workspace including software, networking, small scale application development needs and basic hardware.
Associate of Applied Business in Network Communications Technology
The network communications technology major prepares students for network and microcomputer support positions in business and industry. You will learn to design, install, test, and manage local and wide area networks. Additional topics covered include software installation, multimedia development fundamentals, and web page design. Varieties of elective courses are available to augment the program.