DePaul University's Java Developer Program is designed to provide programmers with an intensive and comprehensive introduction to component software development using the Java language. The program focuses on Java as a general purpose, cross-platform applications language. It also covers ancillary interfaces for the development of distributed systems and graphical user interfaces.
The Java Developer Program is intended for individuals with a solid programming background, but no knowledge of Java is assumed. Participants are expected to do a considerable amount of work outside of class. Instructors will be available in person and through electronic mail.
View the program's details and curriculum.
Certificate programs are credit-bearing courses of DePaul. Individuals who enroll in the programs become non-degree-seeking students of the university, and enjoy all the rights, privileges and responsibilities afforded to such students.
Certificate programs are offered on the university's quarterly schedule, with a new session beginning each fall, winter and spring. Classes are offered on evenings and weekends and can be taken on-campus or online.