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    Oct 16, 2021  
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Information Systems Technology - Gaming & Mobile Applications Specialization, (AAS)


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Program Info

Minimum credits: 65
Length: 4 semesters (2 years), if suggested full-time course sequence is followed.

Division: Workforce Services
Contact: 434.797.6437
Award: Associate of Applied Science
Plan Code: 299-04 CIP Code: 11.0101

The Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology - Gaming and Mobile Application Design Specialization focuses on designing, creating, and maintaining video game software and computer simulations, in addition to apps for popular mobile devices. Courses include approaches to game and simulation design, developing and building mobile applications for the Google market, writing code, testing solutions/programs, project management, production aspects, and level design.

Program Coordination: Some courses in the CSCs for Mobile Application Development and Software Development count towards the requirements of this degree.

 

Program Description

The Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology - Gaming and Mobile Application Design Specialization focuses on designing, creating, and maintaining video game software and computer simulations, in addition to apps for popular mobile devices. Courses include approaches to game and simulation design, developing and building mobile applications for the Google market, writing code, testing solutions/programs, project management, production aspects, and level design

Program Outcomes: Graduates of this program will be able to:

  • Implement information technology skills required by software applications.
  • Apply methodologies to stay current in IT offerings, trends, and certifications.
  • Apply analytical and problem-solving skills for computer system designs, planning, and support.
  • Design, code, test, debug, and document software needed for computer system implementation and maintenance.
  • Apply current IT industry standards, protocols, and techniques.
  • Use instructional applications and material which could lead to industry certifications.

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