Computer Programming and Analysis

The Computer Programming and Analysis programs at Seminole State College combine programming, system design, system analysis, database and networking courses to provide a well-rounded curriculum with the depth necessary to prepare students for positions as programmers; programmer/analysts; or system, technical support or database analysts. Seminole State offers dual two-year programs leading to an Associate in Science degree and a one-year program leading to a technical certificate.

Students can take day, evening or weekend classes taught by Seminole State's knowledgeable, business-savvy faculty. Courses use state-of-the-art hardware and software, and many of them are available online. 

The A.S. degree program gives students the foundation to continue their education at a four-year university or immediately enter the job market as a programmer or programmer/trainee.

Individual courses within these programs enable students to keep their skills current and can lead to career advancement for students already working as information systems/data processing professionals.

Hands-on activities are the foundation of the programs, and graduates are well prepared to take certification examinations to become Microsoft-certified developers or professionals or Novell-certified network administrators. Certification exams can be taken at the Seminole State Professional Testing and Certification Center.

Contact

William Gaught
Program Manager
Phone: 407.708.2447
Fax: 407.708.2322
Office: V102-D