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Pursue an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Information Systems - Computer Programming and build a strong foundation in writing code for programs and applications.
As you progress through NWACC's computer programming courses, you'll be introduced to GUI, C++, JAVA programming and more.
With a degree in computer programming, you may find job opportunities as a web developer,
software developer, database administrator or programmer analyst.
For the computer programming courses, be sure to have a computer with the following specifications:
|RAM||8 GB (minimum, more would be better)|
View the courses required to obtain an AAS in Computer Programming.
NWACC's Business and Computer Information Systems (except CAD) programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. The programs gained initial accreditation in 2014 and continue to maintain the highest standards of academic excellence.