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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.