If you're interested in challenging career in the computer industry, programming is a great option commanding an average $46,709 a year in the Erie market. Students planning a career in the computer programming field will find this program a great choice. Our program sharpens your analytical and problem solving skills so you can start to develop computer programs to handle complex jobs and processes in the workplace. Principles taught include program definition, analysis, design, selection and implementation, decision-making, diagnosis and test of hardware and software solutions. Programming is only the beginning as far as a stepping stone to many opportunities: computer programmer, application programmer, graphics programmer, program analysis, systems programmer, systems analysts, computer operator, system administrator, information system director and more. Our program offers specialized instruction in administration, programming and application development using the latest programming technologies. The creation of interactive applications is taught using a variety of programming language. Upon graduation, you'll be ready to take industry certification exams. Extensive training is provided in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and object-oriented programming using C++. These capabilities allow developers in diverse markets such as broadcasting, gaming, entertainment, medical imaging, and virtual reality to produce and display incredibly compelling 2D and 3D graphics.
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