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Nashville State Community College launch their new program: Computer Programming Technical Certificate

Devon Williams

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NASHVILLE, TN – Nashville State Community College initiates a new program named Computer Programming Technical Certificate or CPTC, enhance every individual who has the aptitude to upskill their expertise in Information and Technology field. The motivation to begin this program is because of the Information Technology sector that grows rapidly nowadays.

Companies are looking for a highly qualified candidate to hire, as almost every service, work, and activity is now being integrated with technology. However, not so many individuals meet the requirements to master the IT field, that is why this program is designed to improve the IT skills of the participant.

By joining this program, the possibility to be hired by demand jobs in IT is expected to escalate. This program is suitable for individuals who want to learn the basics either way, to excel in IT skills.

Through this program, the participant will learn how to utilize critical thinking to detect IT problems and brainstorm solutions. The participant will gain opportunities to develop an application using best UI design practices with object-oriented languages. Creating dynamic web content and transaction-based web system, as well as learning business software application development.

This program offers two kinds of format:

The first one is competency-based education format or CBE. The cohort will start at the Fall 2021 semester and only provide limited spots for twenty-five students. The courses are fully conducted online, so the students could learn at their own pace.

The second is the Traditional Semester format. This format has no capacity limits for students. The courses will be available online and offline.

Both formats provide laptops and hotspots at no cost, as well as scholarships and grants. There are no prior experiences required to be eligible to take the class.

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