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Applications Developer


- Grade 12 or equivalentOR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older) and a passing score on the entrance examination

Benefits of this program

- Prepares you for valuable industry certifications- Market-driven programs- Growing demand for professionals in this area

Employment Opportunities

- Web Programmer- Application Programmer- Internet Site Designer- iPhone Programmer- Android Programmer/Developer

Are you interested in meeting the challenges of the in-demand and fast-paced Software Development industry? Do you want to be at the forefront of the development of new software and technologies being introduced into our daily lives?

This Applications Developer program is designed to give you an enhanced learning experience, complete with courses on AdobeCS, HMTL5/CSS, C#, Java, SQL, Android/Kotlin,  JavaScript, PHP, ASP.NET, iOS/Swift and Python development. You will learn how to develop desktop, Web and mobile (Android & iOS) applications, as well as applications that run on servers in the cloud.

Students enrolled in the program receive:

  • Training on AdobeCS, HMTL5/CSS, C#, Java, SQL, Android/Kotlin,  JavaScript, PHP, ASP.NET, iOS/Swift and Python development (depending on selected specialty).
  •  8-week internship for hands-on experience.
  •  Adobe Creative Suite design software.
  •  Microsoft Office Professional Plus, Microsoft Azure, and Windows are included in the tuition fee. 

Students who graduate from certain specialties will be eligible to write a combination of certification exams which lead to the following:

  • Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) designation
  • Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) designation
  • Associate Android Developer (AAD)
  • Mobile Web Specialist (MWS)
  • PCEP and PCAP Python Programmer (PYTH)



Qestions & Answers

An application programmer, also known as a software developer or application developer, is a professional responsible for designing, coding, and testing computer programs or software applications. They use programming languages, development tools, and frameworks to create applications that meet specific user requirements.

To become an application programmer, one should have proficiency in programming languages such as Java, C++, Python, or JavaScript. They should possess problem-solving abilities, logical thinking, attention to detail, and knowledge of software development methodologies. Familiarity with database management, version control systems, and software testing techniques is also beneficial.

The role of an application programmer in software development involves analyzing user requirements, designing software solutions, writing code, and implementing functionality. They collaborate with other team members, such as software architects and testers, to ensure the smooth development and delivery of high-quality applications.

Application programmers can find employment in various industries and sectors, including technology companies, software development firms, financial institutions, healthcare organizations, government agencies, and e-commerce companies. Virtually any industry that relies on computer software can require the expertise of application programmers.

The career prospects for application programmers are generally promising. As technology continues to advance and organizations rely more on software applications, the demand for skilled application programmers remains high. Career growth opportunities include becoming a senior developer, team lead, software architect, or even transitioning into roles such as project management or software consultancy.

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