The certificate in C++ Programming Advanced Topics provides hands-on instruction through online courses in the more advanced topics of the C++ programming language.
Completion of this comprehensive, online professional development certificate program will show a mastery of C++ programming skills: emphasizing the important, practical points and an understanding of the common issues. There are significant out-of-class coding and reading assignments to help to ensure applied learning. Most importantly, graduates will have a portfolio of completed projects which will demonstrate a proficiency of improved programming skills.
The Certificate in C++ Advanced Topics consists of two required courses totaling 48 hours of online lecture, discussions, individual and collaborative programming assignments and projects. Upon completion of the program a Certificate in C++ Programming Advanced Topics and 4.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be awarded.
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English Proficiency Requirement
It is recommended that participants who reside outside of United Statesand whose first language is not English must possess English language proficiency equivalent to a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper), 80 (iBT) or IELTS score of 6.5.
It the participant’s responsibility to demonstrate English language proficiency necessary to fully participate in the class lectures and discussions.
Upon completion of the certificate program, graduates will be able to:
- Program proficiently and effectively in C++
- Work with objects, classes and user-defined data abstractions using the Boost and Standard Template Libraries
- Use generic algorithms, functors and exception handling
- Display a portfolio of C++ code samples and programming assignments
- Review and resolve issues with C++ code
- Those who need to develop C++ applications
- Software engineers/developers who work with C/C++ legacy systems
- Software engineers/developers looking to enter the defense industry
- Mechanical engineers working with C++ embedded design
It is recommended that participants who reside outside of United States and whose first language is not English possess English language proficiency equivalent to:
A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper) or 80 (iBT) or a minimum IELTS score of 6.5
There is no need to send the test score to the University. It the participant's responsibility to demonstrate English language proficiency necessary to fully participate in the class lectures and discussions.