As a student in M State's Computer Programming AAS degree program, you'll learn the programming skills to design and develop computer software and information management systems. Students design, write, code, document and implement computer programs for a variety of computer platforms.
Students in the 60-credit program, available on our Moorhead campus and online, learn at least one operating system, one command-level language, one database management system and other high-level programming languages.
Here is what you'll learn
- Professional skills required of a programmer, including presentation skills, utilization of research for problem solving, how to work independently and in a team, accountability and meeting deadlines
- Analysis of business problems and preparation of program definitions for computerized solutions
- Creation, documentation and implementation of computerized solutions using a variety of languages
- Application of testing and debugging methods to assure quality and workability of finished programs
- Solution of problems using mathematical and scientific techniques
M State has guided me onto great paths that I never saw myself taking. I have gotten to meet so many great people at cyber security conferences and participated as an alternate at the College Cyber Defense Competition.