Associate in Applied Science
Chairperson: James G. Looby
Brahan Hall, Room 206, (518) 629-7225
This program has been deactivated effective Fall 2008 and as such, applications are no longer being accepted.
The Internet and Web Programming degree is intended for students seeking employment in local government and industry as Internet application developers and programmers. This degree provides students with a strong information systems and business background with further detailed specialization in several Internet programming languages, Internet-based database management and Internet technologies. A few of the common job titles for a student completing the Internet and Web Programming degree include: Internet Applications or Internet programmer designer/analyst, internet technical sales, Internet systems applications specialist/ technician/engineer, and Internet quality and assurance/test engineer.
All CISS courses must have been taken within seven years in order to be applicable toward this degree program.
Please note: Quite often specific programming language skills are sought. (e.g. Java Programmer, VB.Net developer, PHP and MySQL specialist or XML programmer/engineer).
Program Entrance Requirements
|High School Average
|Algebra and geometry or 2 years of equivalent academic math including 1 semester of Math B (80 or above in each course)
|2.0 average for transfers. Computer course recommended.
The estimated cost of books for the student enrolled in the first full-time term as outlined would be approximately $630.