Continuing Education

Computer Programming

Computer programmers create, design, write, test (debug/troubleshoot) and maintain the source code of computer programs. The source code is written in a particular programming language. Programmers develop applications for the workplace environment, web and other general programming areas. Job listings might be for software programmer, software developer, software engineer and software test.

Suggested Prep Courses:

  • Basics of Programming (ITSE 1003), plus basic computer knowledge.
    Students are required to take this course if they have no programming knowledge.

Programming Languages offered through Continuing Education

Rubric Courses Hours
ITSE 1042 Java Programming 40
ITSE 2032 Java Programming, Advanced 40
ITSE 1022 Programming in “C” 32
ITSE 1042 Programming in C# 32
ITSC 2032 Programming in C++ 32
ITSE 1091 Javascript I 24
ITSE 1091 Javascript II 24
ITSE 1042 SQL 40
ITSC 2032 SQL Android-Apps Programming I 32
ITSC 2032 SQL Android-Apps Programming II 32

Textbook and Flash drive required for all classes.
Classes may vary by semester.

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