Computer Programming Certificate

Programming is an essential skill for solving problems in many fields. Programming gives maximum flexibility in processing and understanding data, constructing computational models, and building user friendly applications. Programming skills are in high demand in the marketplace. Completing this certificate could be the first step towards a career that involves software development.

Students will apply object-oriented principles to develop software systems. Students will learn to apply and program data structures like lists, trees, and hash tables. The elective course allows the student to learn about software engineering, web programming, mobile device programming, or user interface design.

Post-Secondary Certificate - Computer Programming

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 13

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2021-22

Summary

Required Courses

13

Total Required Credits

13


Required Courses

Note: A placement examination exempts some students from taking CSCI 150. Those students take a CSCI course of 200 level or higher instead. CSCI 215E and 315E are writing classes and cannot be applied toward this certification.

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

CSCI 150

Introduction to Programming

3

CSCI 151

Fund of Computer Science I

3

CSCI 152

Fund of Computer Science II

3

CSCI 232

Intermediate Data Structures and Algorithms

4

Total Hours

13

Minimum Required Grade: C-