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Database Developer

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Degree Type
14-credit Technical Certificate

Program Code

Time to Degree
1 year

Start Date
August / January / June

How You'll Learn

  • Hybrid
  • Daytime
  • Evening

Learn how to create and maintain databases, SQL scripts and stored procedures. Develop skills to integrate systems and build applications that are tightly integrated with databases. Explore Microsoft SQL Server and the C# programming language.

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High School Eligibility

This program is open to qualified high school applicants. Learn more >

Financial Aid

This certificate does not qualify for financial aid. To qualify for most federal financial aid, a student must be enrolled in a technical diploma or associate degree program.

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