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Specialist Professional Diploma in Java Programming

 

Overview

Professional diploma offering candidates with programming knowledge the shift to Java with adding good background in algorithms and computational complexity.

Career path

Java developer

Features of the programme

  • A practically oriented professional diploma awarded by Prague College
  • The programme is an excellent CV builder; fast and direct training for a new job in IT
  • Flexible modes of study with the working professional in mind
  • Internationally recognized, UK-accredited modules that can be extended to a full BSc
  • Practical training that makes a difference on the job
  • Possible to offer as corporate training for employees and staff

 

What you study

Students may choose to study some modules in the late afternoon or evenings, or at the weekend. The availability of modules in these formats changes every semester, but the timetable for the coming semester is always posted in advance so that you can plan your time.

Required modules

Semester 1

  • Systems Design and Databases - 20 credits
  • Java Programming - 20 credits

Semester 2

  • Algorithms and Data Structures - 20 credits
  • Design Patterns in Java - 20 creditss

 

Entry requirements

  • High School Diploma
  • Sufficient English language level (IELTS 5.5)
  • Letter of motivation
  • CV
  • Evidence of knowledge and skills gained prior to study at Prague College (for Specialist and Advanced Specialist PD)
  • Interview assessment - The programme leader will determine whether the requested level is appropriate.
  • Specifics for this diploma: Experience with at least one programming language (any kind).

 

Tuition & Payment

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Teaching Faculty

  • Veronika Douchova

    Veronika Douchova

    Head of School of Media & IT

  • David Petryca

    David Petryca

    Principal Lecturer

  • Viktor Cerny

    Viktor Cerny

    Associate Lecturer

  • Dominik Pantucek

    Dominik Pantucek

    Associate Lecturer

  • sedlakova

    Anastazie Sedlakova

    Associate Lecturer

  • radek

    Radek Honzik

    Lecturer