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Database Development
Undergraduate Certificate

Program Overview

Database developers create solutions for persistent storage of data vital to an organization's success. This certificate is designed for any student who wishes to create database models using SQL, as well as integrate a database back-end into a high-level programming environment with Java or Python. We welcome students who have prior learning credits from life, training, or work experiences.

Program Snapshot

Program Type: Part-Time
Location: On-Campus
Program Length: 15 semester hours
Credit Hours: 15

Why This Program & What You'll Learn

This certificate is designed for degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking students, such as life-long learners or professionals seeking to further their career.

Program Highlights

As a database development student, you'll:

  • Create database solutions for persistent storage and retrieval of data.
  • Integrate relational and non-relational databases into full-stack software solutions.
  • Administer database and virtual machine servers.

Careers & Outcomes

Database developers create the schemas used to store data persistently, and administer access rights and privileges for users. They also develop code to extract data from databases relevant to a solution.

Career Projected Salary
Database Administrators and Architects $101,000
Computer Programmer $93,000
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