C#.NET Programming Certificate

The C#.NET Programming Certificate series consists of four courses covering basic to complex programming in C# and utilizing the .NET framework within the Visual Studio platform. Courses are delivered using a special Visual Studio IDE and require only that you be online and able to use a browser.

Upon Completion of this certificate program, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency using Visual Studio, the most popular Integrated Development Environment (IDE) from Microsoft.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the C# language, classes, and object orientation.
  • Create Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) using .NET base class libraries.
  • Build complex C#.NET applications using classes, objects, methods, and constructors.
  • Employ authentication and authorization techniques to control access to your websites.
  • Use Object Relational Mapping and methodologies to accelerate flexible code development.
  • Use LINQ and other techniques for in-code data query and management.
  • Utilize interfaces and extension methods to create more adaptable code.

Upon completion, not only will you have earned a Certificate of Professional Development, but you will also have created several complex .NET applications that can be displayed in a professional portfolio, and will have substantial experience programming in an object-oriented language.

Prerequisites: You must have basic skills in object-oriented programming  in order to complete this series.  You can meet this prerequisite by completing the O’Reilly School of Technology course Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming or JavaScript: An Introduction.

Required Courses Clock-hours Tuition*
C#.NET 1: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using C# 90 $498.00
C#.NET 2: C# Programming in the .NET Framework 90 $498.00
C#.NET 3:Advanced C# Programming 90 $498.00
C#.NET 4: User Interface Design Using C# 90 $498.00
Totals: 360 $1,992.00 (plus fees)

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*An additional registration fee is charged in the amount of 20% of tuition, up to no more than $200 per transaction. For a list of all mandatory and optional fees, please see Tuition and Fees.