Gain the knowledge, skills and firsthand experience necessary to become a computer programmer with the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's computer programmer certificate. The program is open to both students and working computer professionals already in the field.
Courses throughout the certificate will introduce you to programming, computer software design, data types, procedural abstraction, digital logic, machine models, assembly language, flow control, object-oriented design and so much more. Students gain the know-how they need to have a competitive edge in the workforce, including the ability to understand specific software and programs often found in the field.
Outstanding faculty. At UW-Eau Claire, our talented professors make it a priority to create an impactful learning environment where you come first. Small class sizes allow you to learn by doing, as well as form meaningful connections with other students who are just as passionate about technology and discovery as you.
Innovative facilities. While pursuing the computer programmer certificate, you'll have access to the tools and resources you need to thrive in your educational journey. Four state-of-the-art computer labs with equipment updated every two years ensure you are working with the most recent technology, giving you a leg up when applying for jobs.
Coursework within the computer programmer certificate will prepare you to use — and evaluate — a wide variety of modern tools and languages used in the construction of computing systems. Your first-hand experience with up-to-date technology in the classroom will translate directly into a fulfilling career in computer programming.
What classes do computer programmer students take?
Your classes may cover topics like:
- Computer systems
- Programming and data structures
- Programming in C++
Learn more about the computer programmer certificate in the UWEC course catalog.
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