The Computer Programming and Analysis Degree Program is designed to give students a basic foundation in computer programming and will prepare them for employment as entry level programmers in commercial, industrial, and governmental institutions. The training is practical in nature and emphasizes performance of job tasks similar to those performed in today’s advanced computer technology environment.
The degree consists of 18 hours of general education requirements and 45 hours of degree core requirements.
Computer Programming Graduates May Earn:
An entry level worker can expect to earn $40,960 ($19.70 per hour), while an experienced worker can expect to earn $79,460 ($38.20 per hour).*
* Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation retrieved April 2011.
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