Thousands of BCIT students have completed Microsoft .NET courses part-time and have moved on to long term careers in IT and software development.
Advanced .NET Development includes a comprehensive series of integrated Microsoft courses and open source tools for Windows, web, and cloud application development using managed execution of code and eliminating issues of scripted or interpreted environments.
The goal is to provide a seamless developer experience across a wide variety of Windows-based and Web-based applications providing a consistent OO programming environment.
Graduates of Advanced .NET Development will be able to develop and deploy commercial quality Windows, web and cloud-based applications to industry standards.
There are job opportunities in Vancouver for .NET Developers.
Advanced .NET Development is a second level credential that is built on top of our Applied Software Development (ASD) Associate Certificate.
Before declaring your intent to complete this program, you must meet the following prerequisites:
Experienced Object Oriented programmers who already know how to write and compile code in multiple languages may waive the ASD prerequisite only if they have equivalent only if they have formal post-secondary education in software application development. Please email email@example.com to discuss your prior education before submitting transcripts or course outlines.
Each course has specific prerequisites that must be completed prior to starting this program. Students who have not completed the prerequisites or who do not have equivalent post secondary education to ASD will not be approved into this program.
Registration is course by course and there are eight to nine courses, averaging approximately $500 tuition each course. The current total cost of this program is approximately $5,500, with text books and depending on electives chosen.
BCIT Computing is a member of the MSDN, Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance. Students are provided with Microsoft development tools for use in their course work at no added cost.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
The concept behind Microsoft .NET is to provide a variety of tools and technologies to build software applications with less work, making use of a consistent programming model and a common set of APIs.
The .NET Framework supports the interoperability of multiple programming languages using .NET Library components and provides services for security, memory management and exception handling.
It includes a large library of coded solutions and a virtual machine environment using Common Runtime Languages to execute programs written for specifically for .NET.
Our .NET core courses include; programming foundations with C# Application Development, .NET User Interface Design, Advanced .NET Application Development and then ASP.NET Core MVC for Web Apps.
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