Information Systems - Microcomputer Programming
Certificate of Proficiency in Microcomputer Programming is a 36-credit-hour program that prepares students for careers as microcomputer programmers and also enhances skills for individuals currently working in the field. Students learn general computer concepts, including hardware, software and logical processes required when using a microcomputer system; methodologies for selecting and using software application packages; and the skills needed to design and implement computer programs in their classes. This program provides additional training for students pursuing a degree in information systems, business administration, accounting or office information coordinator.
Microcomputer Programming is an option within the Information Systems program. More information regarding this program can be found in the Information Systems program.