Computer Programming Degrees and Programs
Seminole State offers a variety of certificates and degrees in computer programming and analysis, two of the fastest-growing occupations in Florida and nationwide. Learn more about each program type to decide which one is right for you.
Graduates of the A.S. degree programs can enter the workforce immediately or continue education at the university level. According to the 1998 Occupational Outlook Handbook, the growing availability and use of advanced technologies such as computer-aided design and drafting and computer simulation continues to increase productivity and impact employment growth. As technology becomes more sophisticated, employers continue to look for programmers who are skilled in new technology and require a minimum of additional on-the-job training. Seminole State's Computer Programming and Analysis programs are designed to meet the demand for highly skilled computer programmers and application developers.
- Programming and Analysis
Specialization Tracks in A.S. Computer Programming and Analysis Degree
Students may choose from one of three specialization tracks.
College Credit Certificates
In addition to the A.A. and A.S. programs, Seminole State offers professional certificate programs that train students in various skills and techniques related to computer programming and content development.
- Computer Programming Specialist (18 credits)
- Computer Programming Certificate (33 credits)
- Information Technology Analysis Certificate (27 credits)
- Web Development Certificate (15 credits)
An Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree helps students seamlessly transition into a bachelor's degree program at one of Florida's four-year institutions.
Students studying computer programming and analysis will complete the common prerequisite courses for an upper-division computer major as part of their general A.A. degree program. After graduating from Seminole State, they can continue their studies at a state college or university with junior standing.
Seminole State offers prerequisite courses for the following computer programming and analysis majors: