The University of Central Missouri’s Java Software Development with Remote Worker certificate program has been designed to provide a platform to help students with no prior programming background get into the rapidly growing technology industry using Java development skills. This program teaches students the principles behind programming languages and software development so students have the skills to learn new frameworks and languages more quickly on the job in the future.
Additionally, this program teaches students how to work both in enterprise technology teams and remotely from home. To further empower the student, the students will use technology tools, software, tips and tricks that most organizations use today.
The projected job openings for software developers stands at 131,400 by 2029 and median pay is $91,210, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Through this program, students earn an industry-recognized certificate and continuing education units which may not be applied to a degree program and are not eligible for federal financial aid.
|$4,500 including books, fees and examination.
Additional fees: Laptop (if needed) $400
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|300 hours (including out-of-class work)||18 years of age or older, high school diploma or equivalent, intermediate to strong computer proficiency, some programming experience preferred and a strong desire to learn. Access to a computer with Internet at home or another access point on a regular basis.|
This certificate program is built to prepare you for employment, as well as success in the workplace, and is made up of three primary sections: Technical Skills, Personal Effectiveness Skills and Work Readiness Skills.
Students in this program will learn skills such as:
Students successfully completing this course will be prepared to take a national certification exam in Remote Worker skills.