Applications Developer

Program overview

The Application Development Program provides you with insights that can be used to design, develop and implement software solutions for businesses and their products.

Graduates of the Application Developer Vocational School develop their knowledge and skills to work in the information technology industry in positions such as: application developer, programmer, software engineer, system analyst, software architect, etc.


Expected Outcomes

  • Application development through Java, C #, PHP programming languages;
  • Designing and structuring databases;
  • Interconnecting different software platforms;
  • Implementing security during application development;
  • Application testing and troubleshooting (Troubleshoot);
  • Demonstration and administration of source code;
  • Applying analysis and design to business requirements.


Program duration:

4 Semesters (2440 hours) – Intensive


Credits obtained during the program:

Credits: 122


Course syllabus

Semester 1

  • Computer Networks 1
  • Mathematics for Informatics
  • English Language
  • Basics of Computer Circuits
  • Technical Basics for Informatics


Semester 2

  • Telecommunication Basics
  • Operating systems
  • Computer Networks 2
  • Server Infrastructure and Security
  • Introduction to Clouding


Semester 3

  • Mobile Infrastructure
  • Wireless Networks
  • Laboratory Project 1
  • Management and Entrepreneurship Basics for IT
  • Administering Database Servers and Systems


Semester 4

  • Server Virtualization
  • Quality and Testing of Systems and Networks
  • Laboratory Project 2
  • Practical Work in Industry


Elective subjects

  • Mobile applications
  • Programming
  • Software Engineering
  • Modeling and Simulation of Systems and Networks


Learning outcomes

  • Candidates will learn to develop software applications that make the use of services efficient and secure.
  • The candidate will analyze a problem and identify the right data, hardware and software components, and identify requirements to develop a workable solution.
  • The use of tools and practices that support the software documentation process.
  • Students will work collaboratively and effectively in teams to achieve a common goal.
  • Students will analyze local and global information technologies (IT trends), recognizing the impacts of IT on cultural, economic, ethical and legal issues and responsibilities.