Software Development and Cloud Computing and Virtualization at its Charleston campus.


Software Development


The curriculum emphasizes teaching students how to write and maintain source code and become knowledgeable in the planning and structured process involved with software development. They are also instructed on how to develop efficient and scalable programs, mobile and web applications, and cloud-based software using languages and technologies such as Java, C#, Objective-C, Python, iOS, Android, jQuery, Google App Engine, BigTable, and MongoDB.


Building upon ECPI's tradition of providing an interactive, application-based education, graduates of this program are prepared to:



 


Cloud Computing


“The importance of this degree is that it prepares students to help an organization increase information technology agility, flexibility, and security while reducing the cost and complexity of managing legacy network infrastructures,” says Charleston Campus President James Weaver. “The demand for these skill sets is great since companies are relying on this technology to improve efficiencies while continuing to offer services that help them maintain their business- driven competitive edge.”


Building upon ECPI's tradition of providing an interactive, application-based education, graduates of this program are prepared to:



According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of computer network and systems administrators is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations and add 286,600 new jobs over the 2008-18 decade. Graduates in this field are typically employed in such areas as:



 


For more information, please contact Campus President James Weaver at 843.414.0350 or jweaver@ecpi.edu.

" />

Two New Degrees at ECPI University Charleston

  • Monday, January 14, 2013

ECPI University is pleased to announce that it is now offering two Bachelor of Science Degrees in Computer and Information Science, with concentrations in Software Development and Cloud Computing and Virtualization at its Charleston campus.
Software Development
The curriculum emphasizes teaching students how to write and maintain source code and become knowledgeable in the planning and structured process involved with software development. They are also instructed on how to develop efficient and scalable programs, mobile and web applications, and cloud-based software using languages and technologies such as Java, C#, Objective-C, Python, iOS, Android, jQuery, Google App Engine, BigTable, and MongoDB.
Building upon ECPI's tradition of providing an interactive, application-based education, graduates of this program are prepared to:

Develop desktop, mobile, web, and cloud applications
Integrate with relational databases like Oracle and MySQL, and non-relational databases like BigTable (used by Google) and MongoDB (used by Foursquare)
Design and implement RESTful web services
Apply information assurance knowledge to the design of secure applications
Deploy applications through thin clients (computer programs which depends heavily on another computer or server to fulfill its traditional computational roles)
Use professional software development tools and source code management systems

 
Cloud Computing
“The importance of this degree is that it prepares students to help an organization increase information technology agility, flexibility, and security while reducing the cost and complexity of managing legacy network infrastructures,” says Charleston Campus President James Weaver. “The demand for these skill sets is great since companies are relying on this technology to improve efficiencies while continuing to offer services that help them maintain their business- driven competitive edge.”
Building upon ECPI's tradition of providing an interactive, application-based education, graduates of this program are prepared to:

Install and configure virtual servers
Implement and manage virtual servers and data centers
Use the cloud services for storage and virtualization
Design and secure fault tolerant enterprise networks

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of computer network and systems administrators is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations and add 286,600 new jobs over the 2008-18 decade. Graduates in this field are typically employed in such areas as:

Network Support and Help Desks
Network and Datacenter Administrator
Network Infrastructure Support
Virtual Server Administrator
Storage Technology Manager
Information Technology Solution Providers
Network Implementation Team

 
For more information, please contact Campus President James Weaver at 843.414.0350 or jweaver@ecpi.edu.

Comments

Notice about comments:

The Gazette is pleased to offer readers the enhanced ability to comment on stories. We expect our readers to engage in lively, yet civil discourse. We do not edit user submitted statements and we cannot promise that readers will not occasionally find offensive or inaccurate comments posted in the comments area. Responsibility for the statements posted lies with the person submitting the comment, not The Gazette.

If you find a comment that is objectionable, please click "report abuse" and we will review it for possible removal. Please be reminded, however, that in accordance with our Terms of Use and federal law, we are under no obligation to remove any third party comments posted on our website. Read our full terms and conditions.

On Vacation

On Vacation – Long Island

Wednesday, October 15, 11:29 a.m.

Upcoming Events
Poll
 Latest News
Print Ads
Latest Videos


The Gazette

© 2014 The Gazette an Evening Post Industries company. All Rights Reserved.

Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Parental Consent Form.