Mobile devices and applications continue to transform the way we do business. Imagine designing your own app from A-Z.
After earning your Career Studies Certificate in Programming and Mobile Applications Development, you'll be able to:
- understand the design process and mobile application life cycle
- understand the fundamentals of how mobile hardware works
- create a variety of apps on iOS and Android
- be proficient in Java and Script
No prior computer experience necessary! We'll teach you all you need to know. If you love to play video games, we even offer the perfect class for you: Introduction to Game Design and Development (ITP 160).
Graduates may find employment as entry-level programmers, software engineers or applications-support personnel.
Apply all of the credits you earn in this program to TCC's Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology.
Veterans, transitioning military, spouses and dependents: TCC’s Center for Military and Veterans Education provides academic guidance and help in maximizing your GI Bill® and other educational benefits.
Tuition assistance such as financial aid, scholarships, work-study, grants and loans can help you save money and reduce college debt.
Evening and hybrid classes offered
Learn in the Advanced Technology Center, which houses 26 individual workstations
Learn from industry professionals
The Career Studies Certificate in Programming and Mobile Applications Development consists of 3 semesters of part-time study, with classes held mainly on the Virginia Beach Campus.
Estimated Program Cost*:
28 credits x $181.10 per credit = $5,070.80 (not including textbooks and supplies)
*Based on Fall 2017 in-state tuition. Your actual cost may differ.
You may find employment or gain promotion in your current position, and you can apply the credits you earn toward TCC’s Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology.
Some students transfer to a 4-year school to work toward a bachelor’s of science in information technology or computer science.
* Salary estimate is provided for comparison purposes only and doesn’t constitute a promise of employment or earnings. Salaries were calculated based on related job codes and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.