Computer Programming & Analysis(A.S. Degree)

General Info --
Northwest Florida State College offers a variety of degree and certificate options in the computer field, including the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Programming & Analysis and Certificate programs in Computer Programmer and Computer Programming Specialist. The A.S. degree provides students with the educational background necessary for immediate entry into the job market. Individuals in the Computer Programming & Analysis field use recent modeling techniques to evaluate business problems that need an IT solution. They also design, implement, and test computer applications. Professionals in this field usually work on a team to help provide technical solutions to customer problems and needs. New students may begin this program of study in any term.

For specific day, time, location and eCampus options for courses offered in this program see the Fall Schedule of Classes at www.nwfsc.edu/schedule. See the College Catalog for complete requirements at www.nwfsc.edu/catalog. For information or to schedule an advising appointment, contact D. Keith Burns, Chair of the Business & Computer Technology Division, at (850) 729-5369 or burnsd@nwfsc.edu.

What is the job outlook?
Individuals with a Computer Programming and Analysis degree have a wide range of career possibilities including Systems Analyst, Technical Support Analyst, Computer Programmer, Systems Programmer, Database Analyst, Web Programmer, Programmer Analyst, Applications Programmer, as well as many other positions. The job market for those who are able to write and maintain computer code and web content is strong. The extensive use of technology, communications, and the Internet in business and government practically ensures that graduates with a Computer Programming and Analysis degree will be in demand for many years to come. Select this link for Gainful Employment information.

A.S. Degree
The Computer Programming & Analysis A.S. degree includes 63 total credits including 45 credits selected from among the following core and elective courses. See the College Catalog for complete degree requirements.

CGS 1550 Intro to the World Wide Web
COP 1000 Intro to Programming Concepts and Logic
COP 2010 Visual Basic
COP 2220 Programming in C
COP 2224 Programming in C++
COP 2228 Advanced Programming in C++
COP 2800 Intro to Java Programming
COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming
MAC 1140 Pre-Calculus Algebra or Higher Math CET 1660 Intro to Network Security
CGS 2541 Intro to Database Concepts
CGS 2544 Advanced Database Concepts
CGS 2820 Web Authoring with HTML
CIS 1000 Introduction to Computer Science
CIS 1940 Internship in Computer Studies
COP 2011 Advanced Applications Programming in Visual Basic
COP 2222 Advanced Programming in C
COP 2228 Advanced Programming In C++
COP 2360 Programming in C#
COP 2362 Advanced Programming in C#
COP 2654 Programming for Mobile Devices: iOS (iPhone/iPad)
COP 2655 Programming for Mobile Devices: Android
COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming
COP 2840 Web-Based Programming I
CTS 2440 Introduction to Oracle
MAD 2104 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

Computer Programmer (College Credit Certificate)
Earn a Certificate while completing the A.S. degree. This Certificate includes 33 credits selected from among the following courses. See the College Catalog for complete degree requirements.

CGS 1550 Intro to the World Wide Web
COP 1000 Intro to ProgrammingConcepts and Logic
COP 2010 Visual Basic
COP 2220 Programming in C
COP 2224 Programing in C++
COP 2800 Intro to Java Programming
COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming
CGS 2820 Web Authoring with HTML
CIS 1940 Internship in Computer Studies
COP 2011 Advanced Applications Programming in Visual Basic
COP 2222 Advanced Programming in C
COP 2224 Programming in C++
COP 2228 Advanced Programming in C++
COP 2360 Programming in C#
COP 2362 Advanced Programming in C#
COP 2654 Programming for Mobile Devices: iOS (iPhone/iPad)
COP 2655 Programming for Mobile Devices: Android
COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming
COP 2840 Web-Based Programming I
CTS 2440 Introduction to Oracle
MAD 2104 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

Computer Programming Specialist (College Credit Certificate)
Earn a Certificate while completing the A.S. degree. This Certificate includes 18 credits selected from among the following courses. See the College Catalog for complete degree requirements.

COP 1000 Intro to Programming Concepts and Logic
COP 2224 Programming in C++
COP 2800 Intro to Java Programming
CIS 1000 Introduction to Computer Science
CIS 1940 Internship in Computer Studies
COP 2010 Visual Basic Programming
COP 2011 Adv Applications Programming in Visual Basic
COP 2220 Programming in C
COP 2222 Advanced Programming in C
COP 2224 Programing in C++
COP 2228 Advanced Programming in C++
COP 2360 Programming in C#
COP 2362 Advanced Programming In C#
COP 2654 Programming for Mobile Devices: iOS (iPhone/iPad)
COP 2655 Programming for Mobile Devices: Android
COP 2800 Intro to Java Programming
COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming
CGS 2820 Web Authoring with HTML
COP 2840 Web-Based Programming I

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