.NET Programmer (BP/EP) Advanced Technical Certificate

Overview and Award Outcomes

Overview

This certificate is designed to enable computer professionals to acquire knowledge to be a contributor in a client server environment. The skills include client server concepts, database and analysis and design.

Award Outcomes

Construct web based applications.

Write an application that makes use of common business information systems environments.

Create graphical user interfaces.

Create an application that demonstrates the principles of object oriented design.

Design and code business applications.

Develop code using software and languages common to the industry.

Generate data structures using relational databases.

Use a structured approach to solving business problems using a SDLC Methodology.

Analyze business communication systems.

Demonstrate knowledge of program flow and control by writing appropriate application code.

Career Opportunities

Positions are available as Computer Programmers and Application Designers.

Program Requirements

Technical Studies Required 24 Credits

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
CCIS2575.NET Programming I

4

CCIS2585.NET Programming II

4

CCIS2645Introduction to ASP.NET

4

CCIS2701Database Design and SQL

4

CCIS2781SQL Server - TransactSQL

4

CCIS2841Client/Server Computing

4

General Education Required 0 Credits

General Education Elective 0 Credits

Technical Studies Elective 0 Credits

Total Advanced Technical Certificate Credits 24

Semester Sequence

Completion of this award may require taking courses at both campuses.  For more information, please contact your faculty program advisor.

First Semester

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
CCIS2575.NET Programming I

4

CCIS2701Database Design and SQL

4

CCIS2841Client/Server Computing

4

Total Credits  12

Second Semester

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
CCIS2585.NET Programming II

4

CCIS2645Introduction to ASP.NET

4

CCIS2781SQL Server - TransactSQL

4

Total Credits  12

Graduation (24 Credits)

Semester listings reflect the recommended sequence.  Due to circumstances beyond our control, the information herein is subject to change without notice.  This listing is to be used strictly as an advising tool.


6/5/2018 : BP 2156 / EP 2157