Business Information Technology
SSCC offers certificate and degree programs preparing graduates to meet business needs in a variety of office environments, including management, manufacturing, trade, sales, finance, and high-technology workplaces.
The program provides business skills training in:
- information technologies
- customer service
- database and records management
- diversity in the workplace
- integrated communications
- professionalism, and
- work-based learning
For more information, contact the Business Programs Office at (206) 764-5394.
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Web Design & Programming
SSCC Webmaster programs range from a just-in-time training class to help you keep your competitive edge, to a two-year program to help you to change your career or start a brand new career.
The programs are structured to help students become web professionals. Courses are designed around local industry demands and the skills sets employers seek in the greater Seattle area.
Two different degree programs share a first year of study, then students specialize in one or more areas:
The one-year certificate program is designed to give students web development skills fast, and is very similar to the first year of our two-year degree.
Students can expect to learn solid HTML and graphics skills, plus introductory knowledge of programming, operating systems and networking.
- Web Design and Multimedia Track: the "front end" of web development, including animation, interface design, graphics, navigation, video and sound.
- System Administration and Programming: the "back end" of web development, including higher level programming and scripting, database development, server optimization and maintenance.
Many SSCC graduates are now working as web producers, web designers, webmasters, web coders, web editors and web developers.
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Local Area Network (LAN) & Software Engineering
The Local Area Network - Software Engineering program trains students to become software programmers. Graduates may gain employment testing new ideas and software applications under development. Students are introduced to procedures to create useful application software for business and industry. Graduates possess the technical skills to help companies solve some of their own internal software problems.
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