As mobile devices become more prevalent, organizations increasingly need to develop both in-house and client applications to improve the services they provide and maintain a competitive edge. In this training, programmers learn how to build robust iPhone and iPad applications using Objective-C and the iPhone SDK.
Certificate Code: CD.PRG.MOBILE
What is the job outlook?
Overall, employment of computer software engineers and computer programmers is projected to increase by 21 percent through 2018, much faster than the average for all occupations. As smart phones and other mobile devices become an integral part of the business environment, it will be necessary to integrate current computer systems with new, mobile technology. The average salary of software application developers in Maryland is approximately $94,000.
What is the training?
The training consists of two noncredit courses that can be completed in as little as six weeks. Courses are held at the Glen Burnie Town Center and will teach students how to use software programs including Software Development Kit (SDK), Xcode, Cocoa Touch, Objective-C, Simulator, Interface Builder and Frameworks. Total Hours: 47
What courses will I take?
CTR 322 - Introduction to iPhone and iPad Programming
CTR 323 - iPhone and iPad Application Development
What credentials can I earn?
Upon successful completion of all five courses, students earn an AACC continuing education certificate. To receive the certificate students complete and submit the form to our office. The form and instructions can be found at www.aacc.edu/coned/certificates.
What will it cost?
$1,018 for Anne Arundel County residents, including tuition and fees
What are the requirements?
Students must be 16 years old and basic computer programming experience is recommended.
How do I enroll?
Register online, in person, by fax, mail or touch-tone phone. Use certificate code CE.PRG.IPHONE. Visit www.aacc.edu/noncredit for details.
Earn a continuing education training certificate in Mobile Device Programming.
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