Microsoft Applications Development - CCL
Job Description: Microsoft Certified Application Developers are professionals who use Microsoft technologies to develop and maintain department-level applications, components, Web or desktop clients, or back-end data services or work in teams developing enterprise applications.
Opportunities: Career opportunities include programmer, programmer analyst, and software developer.
Consumer Program Costs and Career Information: PV
+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
Students entering the Microsoft Applications Development program often come with background or experience in the computer programming area. Students must consult with a program advisor as the program prerequisites may not be necessary and may be waived as requirements to the program.
|CIS105||Survey of Computer Information Systems||3|
|+||CRE101||College Critical Reading (3) OR|
|Equivalent as indicated by assessment (3) OR|
|Permission of Department or Division||3|
|BPC/CIS133DA||Internet/Web Development Level I (3) OR|
|BPC/CIS133AA||Internet/Web Development Level I-A (1) AND|
|+||BPC/CIS133BA||Internet/Web Development Level I-B (1) AND|
|+||BPC/CIS133CA||Internet/Web Development Level I-C (1)||3|
|CIS102||Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals||1|
|+||CIS159||Visual Basic Programming I||3|
|+||CIS164AG||Oracle: Data Modeling and Relational Database Design||2|
|+||CIS259||Visual Basic Programming II||3|
|+||MST172||Visual Basic .NET Web Application Development||4|
|+||MST176||Visual Basic .NET XML Web Services Development||3|
|+||MST254||Microsoft SQL Server Design and Implementation||3|
- Design and create web pages using markup and programming languages. (BPC/CIS133DA or BPC/CIS133AA and BPC/CIS133BA and BPC/CIS133CA)
- Use effective oral and listening communications skills in a help-desk environment. (CIS102)
- Utilize appropriate Visual Basic forms, tools, and language components to code solutions for various problems. (CIS159)
- Utilize Visual Basic to identify and solve advanced problems, including programming ADO.NET. (CIS259)
- Analyze user information requirements to develop a data model. (CIS164AG)
- Use Visual Basic .NET to build Web-based applications. (MST172)
- Develop Extensible Markup Language (XML) Web Services and Server Components. (MST176)
- Implement database design using Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL). (MST254)
Additional information is available at MCCCD's Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation.
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