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Information Technology-Computer Programming and Development A.A.S. (A25590P)

Location(s): Carrington-Scott Campus (Graham Campus)


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Program Description

The Information Technology-Computer Programming and Development curriculum covers the development of software applications for deployment on computers, web browsers and on mobile devices. Students will learn the programming/problem solving mindset and to code using industry standard languages, tools, and integrated development environments (IDEs). You will learn programming languages including Python, Java, C++, and SQL.

Graduates should qualify for career opportunities as computer programmers, programmer analysts, software developers, database programmers, or programmer/testers. Completion of this program can also serve as a gateway to further education in computer science at the university level.

Students completing this program will be prepared for multiple industry certification exams including Python, Java, PHP, HTML/CSS, Security+, Network+, MOS (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and various Microsoft Fundamentals exams.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program should be able to:

  • Write a program that contains methods/functions with repetition structures.
  • Create a flowchart to solve a programming problem.
  • Analyze, design, develop, and test a solution to a real-world programming problem.
  • Give a professional, technical presentation pertaining to computer programming and development.

Articulation Agreements

  • North Carolina Central University (Eagle Access) - BS in Computer Science

First Year


Semester Total: 17 Contact Hour(s)


Semester Total: 13 Credit Hour(s)


Spring 2nd Semester


Semester Total: 22 Contact Hour(s)


Semester Total: 15 Credit Hour(s)


Summer 3rd Semester


Semester Total: 6 Contact Hour(s)


Semester Total: 6 Credit Hour(s)


Second Year


Fall 4th Semester


Semester Total: 20-22 Contact Hour(s)


Semester Total: 15 Credit Hour(s)


Spring 5th Semester


Semester Total: 22-47 Contact Hour(s)


Semester Total: 15 Credit Hour(s)


Total: 87-114 Contact Hour(s)


Total: 64 Credit Hour(s)


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