Course Syllabus

PROGRAMMER/ANALYST
DEGREE PROGRAM
(A.A.S.)

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PROGRAMMER / ANALYST DEGREE PROGRAM

General Description: The AAS in I.T.–Programmer/Analyst degree is designed to prepare students for designing, writing, testing, debugging, and implementing software, according to user/ customer specifications, in process-oriented, data-oriented, and object-oriented coding environments. Typical job titles include programmer, programmer/analyst, data modeler, database designer, and systems analyst.

Aptitudes: In addition to the aptitudes listed under the IT program, the ability to develop solutions using designated computer languages and integrated development environments is needed.

For those interested in pursuing a certificate or degree, the following options are available:

Associate in Applied Science – Programmer/Analyst (66 Credit Hours)

Certificate – Programming Specialist (50 Credit Hours)

Certificate – Object-Oriented Programming (26 Credit Hours)

Certificate – Systems Programming (26 Credit Hours)

Certificate – Web Programming (24 Credit Hours)

This is an occupational training program. Some of the courses may not transfer to four-year institutions.

New Curriculum Implemented Fall 2006

Note: Information Systems, Computer Information Systems, and Computer Science courses are included in program. Not all courses are offered every semester - check the college catalog for details.

Available IT Courses

Available CS Courses