Software Development Microcredential
Designed to be meaningful, high-quality education programs to verify, validate and attest to specific skill sets and competencies of an individual, microcredential programs differ from degree and certificate programs in that they are generally offered in shorter or more flexible time spans with a narrow focus.
Upon completion of the Software Development Micro-Credential, students will be able to create accurate and complete top-down designs, algorithms, and programs with functions and/or objects in computer programming languages currently used in industry and to use data modeling methods such as stacks, queues, linked lists, and tree structures.
Students who complete the Software Development microcredential earn ten college credit hours that may later be transferred to one of Jefferson's certificate or degree programs. Software Development course requirements are a perfect fit for JCC's Computer Science A.S., Computer Information Systems A.S., Computer Information Technology A.A.S., Engineering Science A.S., and Mathematics A.S. degree programs.
When you complete the Software Development microcredential, you will be able to:
- Create accurate and complete top-down designs, algorithms, and programs with functions
objects in computer programming languages currently used in industry.
- Use data modeling methods such as stacks, queues, linked lists, and tree structures.
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|Microcredential Requirements (10 Credit Hours):||Credit Hours|
|CIS 116, Introductory Programming||3|
|CIS 216, Advanced Programming||4|
|CIS 250, Data Structures||3|