November 27, 2017 James Revillini

Computer Programming

Certificate

Program Coordinator: Michael Gow, 860.738.6385

Students will acquire background and skills to enable them to work with digital machines from microprocessors to microcomputers to mainframe systems configured in Local Area and Wide Area Networks. Students will learn the logical and physical technologies associated with hardware, software, connectivity and project design planning.

Faculty
Michael Gow, mgow@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6385

Outcomes
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to: 
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the role and function of computers and effectively use the computer to solve problems.
2. Demonstrate the basic techniques used in developing and managing software projects.
3. Demonstrate problem solving skills to design solutions for business problems.
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of computer programming to create and maintain business applications.

Coursework
SEMESTER 1 
CSC* 104 Intro to Logic and Programming – 4 credits
SEMESTER 2 
CSC* 233 Database Development I – 4 credits
CSC* 250 Systems Analysis & Design – 3 credits
Programming Language Elective – 3/4 credits
Programming Language Elective – 3/4 credits
SEMESTER 3 
Programming Language Elective – 3/4 credits
TOTAL CREDITS 20(23)

 

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