This curriculum prepares graduates for employment as designers, programmers, testers, and systems support specialists with organizations that utilize computer technology to manage information.

Students will develop programs with graphical user interfaces to access, manipulate, and store data on server-side databases.

Graduates should qualify for employment in entry-level positions with businesses, educational and healthcare systems, and governmental agencies that rely on computer systems to design and manage information.

Program Information

  • Web, Pgm, & Db Foundation
  • Network and Sec Foundation
  • Info Systems Business Concepts
  • Intro to Networks
  • Linux / UNIX Single User
  • JAVA Programming
  • Web Markup and Scripting
  • Hardware / Software Support
  • Advanced JAVA Programming
  • Advanced Markup and Scripting
  • Security Concepts
  • Database Concepts
  • Programming Capstone Project
Graduates of the WCC Information Technology – Computer Programming Program will:

  • Examine networking systems and identify security risks.
  • Analyze and determine appropriate hardware and software components for computer systems.
  • Create a database driven website.
  • Utilize management capabilities of various operating systems.

In addition, a graduate will be able to:

  • Develop a basic business application using a database. (Computer Programming A25590P)

Contact Information

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Michael Souther, MA
Lead Instructor - Information Technology - Computer Programming
Phone: 336-838-6428
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