Coding Technology

Program Overview

The Coding Technology curriculum is a program of study designed to train students to be software developers. Students will work with real-world technologies to learn the fundamentals of coding, app development, web applications, and the life leadership skills needed to be successful in their careers and competitive in the job market.

Location of Program:

Hancock Campus
Forrest County Campus (HyFlex)

Program Start:

Fall & Spring Semesters

Program Instructor Contact Information:

Dr. Silvia Preston

Your natural abilities

  • Analytical Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Detail Oriented
  • Problem Solving Skills

Classroom knowledge

  • HTML and CSS
  • Database Fundamentals
  • Python
  • Javascript

Graduation options

  • Career Certificate
  • Technical Certificate
  • Associates in Applied Science

Possible careers in this program:

Upon successful completion of the program, students should be prepared for careers as Computer Programmers, Web Developers, Full-Stack Developers, Application Developers, and Database Administrators.

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