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Our computer programming offerings will prepare you for today’s constantly changing workplace.
Computer programmers create, design, write, test (debug/troubleshoot) and maintain the source code of computer programs. The source code is written in a select programming language, many of which are available to learn through continuing education programs at Richland College, including:
Programmers develop applications for the workplace environment, web and other interfaces. Programming knowledge can open the door to many jobs, such as a software programmer, developer or engineer.
Looking to earn more? An interest in computer programming can start you on the path to a great career in computer information technology.