Students will be taught in Microsoft. NET Technologies in the area of programming and client/server technologies. Students will learn to use, configure Visual Studio .NET's IDE; Fully utilize the object-oriented capabilities of .NET; Develop Win32 applications using Windows Forms; Utilize new features in the language including structured exception handling; free-threading; understand the role of the Common Language Runtime, the Common Type System; Create VB.Net or C#.NET components; Create and test Web Services and Use ADO.NET to access data.

  • Credential: Computer DOT NET Certification
  • Pre-requisites for Admission: Associates/Bachelors/Masters  Degree
  • Total clock hours : 350