CIT Developer Program Requirements

Associate in Applied Science Degree NMC Code 108

As everyone and everything becomes networked, the demand for software applications continues to expand. The CIT Developer program targets this need by producing graduates who are effective programmers and solution architects. The Microsoft .NET framework is utilized to deliver practical knowledge of data access and application development, with the goal of getting you as deep as possible into the patterns and practices of modern programming. A solid understanding of good design enables students to easily transition into other development platforms such as Java. Students considering transfer should see an advisor.

Effective: Fall 2014

General Education Requirements Credits: 17-18

Communications: ENG 111 and either ENG 112 or ENG 220

7-8

Humanities: PHL 105 or PHL 202

3

Mathematics Competency: Placement into MTH 121 or higher, or completion of MTH 111

-

Science: Any Group 1 with a lab (PHY 105/105L recommended)

4

Social Sciences: Any Group 1 course (ECO 201 recommended)

3

 

Occupational Specialty Courses: 52

BUS 101 Introduction to Business

3

BUS 155 Interpersonal Communications

3

CIT 110 Programming Logic and Design

3

CIT 170 Microsoft Office - Access

3

CIT 180 HTML and CSS Programming

3

CIT 190 JavaScript Programming

3

CIT 195 .NET Application Programming

3

CIT 208 Mobile Apps-Responsive Design

3

CIT 213 Networking Technologies

4

CIT 215 Windows Server Environment

3

CIT 218 Web App Programming ASP .NET

3

CIT 233 Project Management

3

CIT 248 SQL Server Databases

3

CIT 255 .NET Object-Oriented Programming

3

CIT 275 .NET Solutions Development

3

CIT 280 Systems Analysis and Design

3

CIT 290 CIT Internship

3

Program Requirements: 69-70

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