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Introduction to Microsoft

Office BA 179 (Early College


As a Microsoft Certified Professional, you’ll make immediate impact, helping you get noticed and move forward quickly in your career. Compared to their peers, Microsoft certified developers are 90% more productive and nearly 60% more efficient. This means that they make nearly twice as many applications per year and in half the time per application. And when you’ve been certified, you can share your achievements in a way that’s trusted and verifiable with your Microsoft badge! Your Microsoft badge empowers you to share your certification online with your professional network, find the employers that are looking for candidates like you, discover your salary potential, and easily apply for jobs.


Program courses are taught by Dr. Christopher Martin 

AP Computer Science


AP Computer Science Principles focuses on the innovative aspects of computing as well as the computational thinking practices that help students make connections to their everyday lives. It offers a multidisciplinary approach to teaching the underlying principles of computation, including: •Develop creative programming skills •Use abstractions and algorithms •Work with large data sets •Learn important features of the Internet and issues of cybersecurity •Understand the impacts of computing on different populations

C# Advanced Software


Interactive Applications: Applications, or computer applications, are software programs that cause the host computer to perform useful tasks. The host computer with its hardware and operating system is sometimes called the platform. Applications can be deployed on various platforms including super computers, personal computers, kiosks, mobile devices, and dedicated game consoles. The word “Interactive” specifies that the application takes input from the user and responds. Interactive responses can include visual, audial, and tactile feedback, depending on the application design and the capabilities of the host platform. Interactive applications can serve a wide variety of purposes including education, training and familiarization; technical and scientific communications; even sales and marketing.