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C# Programming for Modern Computing Environments (CTCPMC)

Certificate

Description

This program focuses on one of today's most in-demand programming platforms, C#.Net. Students progress through a series of courses starting with basic computing logic and algorithm development, database theory, and object-oriented programming techniques. The program culminates in a hands-on capstone project targeting the creation of an application for modern embedded computer environments. The skills learned in this program will be adaptable to the development of mobile apps, embedded apps, connected vehicle applications and intelligent transportation systems, infotainment applications, desktop applications, and applications for Internet devices.

Admissions Requirements

Prior knowledge of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), networking fundamentals, client/server architecture, and basic electricity/electronics is recommended. Suggested courses include:

-ELE 111 Electrical Fundamentals
-ELE 211 Basic Electronics
-CST 225 PC Networking
-WEB 110 Web Development I

Continuing Eligibility

Students must maintain a "B-" grade point average in program requirements.

Contact Information

Division
Business/Computer Technologies
Department
Computer Instruction Dept
Advisors
John Trame

Requirements

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Major/Area Requirements
Class Title Credits
CPS 120 Introduction to Computer Science 3
CPS 192 Introduction to C#.Net 4
CPS 292 Intermediate and Advanced C#.Net 4
CIS 282 Relational Database Concepts and Application 3
CPS 296 Connected Device Projects with C#.Net 4
Total 18
Total Credits Required
18

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