This certificate is appropriate for anyone interested in adding technology to your existing studies. CS, IS&T or CS/Math majors are not eligible for this certificate. The certificate provides knowledge and skills in two programming languages as well as database knowledge. Technology skills will make you more marketable and are a great addition to your major!
- Solve programming problems in an intuitive way using both a logical and algorithm based approach
- Learn how to write code which is testable and maintainable
- Understand the use of data and data management and their relationship to problem solving using technology solutions.
If you are not a current Temple student, you can also register for the certificate, but you need to do this through the Office of Continuing Studies. http://www.temple.edu/vpus/arc/continuingstudies/continuingstudies.html
Faculty Advisor: Wendy Urban
Total: 12 credits
For non-Temple students:
Minimum Associates degree in Computer and Information Sciences including courses in data structures, programming fundamentals and operating systems/networking fundamentals and at least 3 years of documented work experience in Information Technology with exposure to system and networking fundamentals. Requires review by contacting Avinash Srinivasan. Once approved, the registration process will be to coordinate through the program Faculty Advisor.
For advising, curriculum and registration information, contact Wendy Urban.
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