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To say the Information Technology industry is booming may be a bit of an understatement. Actually, it’s a huge understatement. Businesses and organizations use the Internet and need programs to collaborate with customers, clients and suppliers every day. These programs need to be user-friendly, appealing and effective, which is what you’ll learn to do in business applications programming. There couldn’t be a better time for you to go into this highly lucrative field.
This degree begins with fundamental programming, databases, and networking concepts. You’ll receive training using programming languages such as, C++, C#, Visual Basic, Java, and ASP. Talk about being multilingual! You’ll even get hands-on training with server-based database implementation and applications, including Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft IIS, Oracle 11g and ASP application server. With knowledge and skills applicable to a client/server environment, you’ll be equipped to seek positions in the industry as an entry-level programmer.