The Mobile Applications Development program (officially titled IT-Programmer/Analyst) is an associate degree program that meets the specific skills and knowledge requirements of technical and professional jobs within the information technology (IT) field for an entry-level educational needs of most segments of the IT field which primarily utilize mainframe computers in conjunction with web and server applications. Training blends general educational development with required IT technical skills for programmer/analysts in government, insurance, manufacturing, service, wholesale and retail sales, utilities, banking and accounting. Additional education and job experience lead to work in systems analysis.
Approximate program costs with starting salary (PDF, 88KB)
IT Brochure (PDF)
Test scores are not required for admission into this program.
Definitions and Guidelines
We only transfer in equivalent college work if the grade is a C or better. (We do not transfer in C- graded course work).
Advanced Standing cannot exceed 50% of the required credits for the program.
Here is an advanced look at the curriculum for those students admitted to the program for 2012-2013:
IT-Programmer/Analyst-Mobile Applications Development
Current students who wish to follow this curriculum instead of the curriculum they were admitted into should see an advisor to fill out a request for change in requirement form.
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