Mobile application development
Instant access. That’s what we all want today and that’s why iOS, Android or other platform, mobile application demand is skyrocketing, along with the need for mobile app developers.
Developers become fluent in modern programming languages such as Java and C++. They code, test, debug, monitor and document changes for mobile apps and implement application programming interfaces to upgrade applications.
Software developers can look forward to a supercharged job outlook – nearly 60% growth over the next decade.* And when you take your Stark State mobile apps development associate degree and apply it to a bachelor’s degree, you’re likely to see a hefty paycheck after graduation: in 2016 the median annual wage of applications software developers nationally was more than $100,000.*
If you’d like to be the creative mind behind today’s hottest computer programs, a mobile app development career may be calling you.
*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Your pathway to a degree
You can start with an mobile development certificate, taking classes that directly apply to the associate degree in computer science and engineering – mobile application development.
Mobile development certificate
Program learning outcomes
- Demonstrate the ability to acquire, organize, and evaluate terminology and information for making decisions and solving problems and providing solutions in a Mobile Application Development environment.
- Demonstrate employability skills and professionalism through sound work habits, ethics, and responsibility, and work individually and in diverse team settings.
- Demonstrate solution strategies to formulate and write project descriptions and documents by using the appropriate computational, technical, and communication skills and technologies relating to the Mobile Application Development field.
- Acquire, organize and analyze network operational requirements and be able to make decisions on equipment and software that is needed to meet the requirements given.
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