Information Technology Programs
Washington Technical Institute recently added several new IT programs to our impressive list of available certificate programs. You can find out more about these programs by visiting the blog posts below:
Full stack developers work on projects that turn elements of web designs into usable code, make necessary changes to and test web products and software, and work with clients during the planning phase of projects. Check out the link to find more information about WTI’s Full Stack Development Certificate.
Software developers design software programs in various programming languages; code, test, and update software; and ensure clients’ cybersecurity and data storage capability needs are met. Software developers sometimes write, change, or debug a client’s software. If you’re ready to start a new career in the fast-growing field of IT, check out WTI’s Software Development Certificate today!
The field of cybersecurity includes many different branches, including network, application, information, and operational security. Cybersecurity professionals defend data, servers, electronic systems, mobile devices, and networks from malicious attacks, damage, or unauthorized access. Check out our Cybersecurity Certificate page to learn more about the program.
Computer programmers write and test code for new programs, update existing programs, identify and correct coding errors, rewrite programs for different operating systems, and secure programs against cybersecurity threats. Learning different programming languages is also a great way to improve your resume and enhance your skillset for a variety of different IT related jobs. If you’re interested in learning more, visit our Programming Languages Certificate page.