A.S., Computer Programming and Analysis

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Seminole State College

Associate in Science, Computer Programming and Analysis

If terms like systems analysis, database programming, and modeling and simulation are your buzzwords, Seminole State’s Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Programming and Analysis is for you. You will learn the foundations of computer technology and the skills needed to design, build and implement IT solutions, equipping you for this high-demand field. With this A.S., you can choose specializations in simulation, programming or web development, and go on to pursue your bachelor’s degree in IT.

What can I do with this degree?

Here are some common professional paths for graduates:

  • Applications Programmer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Software Tester
  • Systems Analyst
  • Systems Programmer
  • Web Front-End and Full-Stack Developer
  • Web Programmer
  • And more!

What’s in it for you:

  • A personal coach to guide you through the enrollment process and along the path to graduation.
  • 100% fully online classes.
  • Credit for college credits previously earned from accredited institutions.
  • Scholarships, financial aid and grants for eligible students.

Admission Requirements

Prospective students can gain admission into the program upon completion of an Associate in Science degree in Nursing or a Diploma in Nursing from a regionally accredited college or university. Candidates must also:

Hold a current RN license or be eligible to sit for the NCLEX RN

Have a GPA of 2.5 or higher

If you are a licensed RN or eligible to take NCLEX RN, contact Shelly Deans at deanss@seminolestate.edu

Experiential Learning

All accredited RN-to-BSN programs, including those 100% online, are required to have some practice time of which some is live. At Seminole State College, the Community and Public Health course includes online virtual simulations. Also, during the final semester Capstone course, students will have experiential learning activities and a patient or community teaching project. These Capstone assignments include a live windshield survey in the student’s community and presenting the teaching project to a live audience, as well as partnership work with another nurse with a BSN or higher degree.

Students must submit official transcripts to the College.