The Okanagan Software Development program is designed to help aspiring software developers achieve their professional goals by providing them with an excellent academic and career path.
The program has been accredited by the Association of Professional Software Development Programs (APSP) to provide software development education and training.
The Okagans Software Development Institute offers two academic courses per year, and has a focus on computer science.
The first two courses, Computer Science: An Introduction to Computer Programming and Software Development, are designed to teach the basics of software development while also providing students with an introduction to computer science fundamentals.
The second course, Software Development: An Intermediate Approach, is designed for those who want to further enhance their skills and become more proficient in the development of applications and services.
The first two modules are a three-credit course in Computer Science.
Students who complete this course will have completed the Computer Science course in the fourth year.
Students will have been assigned an advisor to assist them with the coursework.
Students in the first two module courses will complete a minimum of 20 hours of instruction and pass a written examination on the topics covered.
Students can choose to complete either module in the third or fourth year, but students should choose a module that provides them with more instruction, and that will also be relevant to the course in which they are enrolled.
The module modules in Computer and Software development will have an emphasis on practical application of the knowledge they will be learning.
In the second module, Computer and Networking, students will complete an undergraduate equivalent of a computer science or computer engineering course in order to fulfill the requirements for this course.
Students are required to complete an introductory course in computer networking in order for this module to be considered a full-time, one-year program.
Students must complete the modules Computer and Information Security, and Computer and Internet and Information Systems.
The modules in the second and third modules will focus on application and deployment of the technologies taught in the undergraduate program, as well as provide students with knowledge about the technical and market opportunities in the software development industry.
The three modules in Software Development will focus more on technical and technical aspects of the application and development of software.
Students will complete the Software Development module in two years and pass the written exam to be eligible for admission to the Okanahan Software Development Program.
The Okanagans program provides the following programs:Programs in Computer Systems and Software are offered to students in both the Computer Systems (CSC) and Software Systems (SSS) programs, and students are required for completion of the first three courses in the three-year Computer Science program before attending a software development degree program.
The third module, Software Systems: An Integrated Approach, will prepare students for an intermediate level of expertise in computer software development.
Programs for those interested in becoming more technically oriented include the Software Engineering and Development Program (SEEDP) and the Software Security and Information Technology Program (SSIT).
The Computer Systems program is offered to undergraduate students and is a two-year, full-day program that provides students with access to the University of Oklahoma’s advanced technical computing, security, and information technology (ICT) and information security programs.
Students may complete one of the two courses in Computer Engineering and Engineering Management.
Students with prior experience in Computer System or Software System programming can choose from the following programming languages: C++, Python, or Java.
The Computer Engineering program is a three day course that focuses on computer architecture, systems architecture, and application programming in a modern computing environment.
Students have access to advanced computer programming and development tools such as the C++ compiler, the Java programming language, and C#.
Students that are pursuing a career in the Software Technology industry will want to select the Software and Network Technology program.
Program InformationThe Okagas Software Development Institutes program is accredited by APSP to provide programs in the following areas:Software Development: an Introduction to Software DevelopmentComputer Science: an Intermediate ApproachSoftware Engineering and Software Management: Advanced Information Technology Management