The Certificate of Achievement offers students the opportunity to study cloud computing principles and theories that focus on programming, database management, security, and other essentials. In this program, students learn cloud computing, database, and design principles. Graduates can find employment in federal or local government, military service, and private sector.
The Cloud Computing Certificate of Achievement was developed in cooperation with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to train local residents for available positions requiring cloud computing expertise in local companies, government, or military service. The goal is to provide entry-level skills for graduates to gain employment as a cloud architect, or in a position related to cloud operations or support.
The certificate is composed of three fundamental courses -- Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in Java, Introduction to Cloud Computing, and Database Essentials in the Cloud -- followed by two higher-level courses that require the first set as prerequisites -- Cloud Compute Engines and Cloud Security. If scheduled appropriately, students should be able to complete this certificate program in one academic year.
(Y1 or S1)
|CIS 284||Introduction to Object Oriented Programming -- Java||3.0||S1|
|CIS 295||Introduction to Cloud Computing||3.0||S1|
|CIS 296||Database Essentials in the Cloud||3.0||S1|
|CIS 297||Cloud Compute Engines||3.0||S2|
|CIS 298||Cloud Security||3.0||S2|