Superior Degree in Multi-Platform Application Development

DEGREE: Certificate of Higher Education in Multi-Platform Application Development

LEVEL: Superior Degree

FORMAT: B-Learning (Afternoon-Evening)

CODE: 14302

VOCATIONAL GROUP: Communication and Computer Science (Code 22)


 GENERAL PURPOSE OF THIS DEGREE:

The general purpose of this degree is to develop, deploy, document and maintain IT applications. Furthermore by the data are accessed in a safe way and the students meet the usability and quality criteria that are demanded by International standards.

SUBJECTS OR COURSES:

Code

Course

Hours Number

2255

Computer Systems

192

2256

Data Bases

192

2195

Mark-up Languages and Information Management Systems

128

2257

Programming

256

2258

Development Environment

96

1245

Training and Labour Orientation

96

2259

Access to data

105

2260

Interfaces Development

147

2261

Multimedia Programming and Mobile Devices

84

2262

Programming of Services and Processes

63

2263

Business Management Systems

84

2022

Business Entrepreneurship

84

2264

Development Project of Multiplatform Applications

40

1244

Enterprise Internship

370

 

The courses colored in blue correspond with the competence units. During each academic year students can be registered in subjects whose hours total does not exceed 1000 hours

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT B-LEARNING FORMAT

Students may not register in courses that do not pertain to their respective Degree.

To obtain the degree all courses must be completed with a passing grade. This degree has the same validity as one received in a face-to-face Vocational Learning Program. 

The b-learning format includes e-learning and face-to-face classes that the students are obliged to attend. 

FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES ORGANIZATION.-

Attendance is compulsory according to the following schedule:

Monday and  Wednesday from 17 to 22 p.m:

Course

Computer Systems

Data Bases

Mark-up Languages and Information Management Systems

Programming

Training and Labour Orientation

 

Tuesday and Thursday from 17to 22 p.m.:

Subject

Development Environments

Access to Data

Interfaces Development

Multimedia Programming and Mobile Devices

Programming of Services and Processes

Business Management Systems

Business Entrepreneurship

 

ONLINE CLASSES ORGANIZATION.-

Online classes are carried out via the Internet without need to go to the Institute. Students access a virtual platform where they find all the information related to the different courses such as programming, contents, and activities.
The students receive support from the Institute in order to resolve any problems or questions. Furthermore, the Institute provides students with pacing guide in order to complete the assigned tasks.

 

TEMPTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR FACE-TO-FACE EXAMS.- 

Attendance for the exams will be compulsory and they will take place at the Institute on the dates shown below during the academic year 2017-18:

1st Assessment: from 4th to 15thh December.
2nd Assessment: from 7th to 15th March.
3rd Assessment: from 16th to 23th May.
Final Assessment: from 6th to 14th June.

Important: Overlapping of exam dates only will be ensured if the exams pertain to the same Degree.

 

STUDY ITINERARY MODELS RECOMMENDED BY TEACHING STAFF.-

If the student is available to study at least for 4 hours we recommend the short itinerary model (two academic years and a semester). If the student has less availability to study we recommend the long itinerary model.

SHORT ITINERARY MODEL.-

First Academic Year:

Code

Course

  Hours       Face-To-Face

2255

Computer Systems

2

2256

Data Bases

2

2195

Mark-up Languages and Information Management Systems

2

2257

Programming

3

1245

Training and Labour Orientation

1

Second Academic Year:

Code

Course

  Hours       Face-To-Face

2258

Development Environment

1

2259

Access to Data

2

2260

Interfaces Development

2

2261

Programming Multimedia and Mobile Devices

2

2262

Programming of Services and Processes

1

2263

Business Management Systems

1

2022

Business Entrepreneurship

1

Third Academic Year(First Semester):

Code

Course

Hours Number

2264

Development Project of Multiplatform Applications

40

1244

Enterprise Internship

370


LONG ITINERARY MODEL.-

First Academic Year:

Code

Courseo

  Hours       Face-To-Face

2255

Computer Systems

2

2195

Mark-up Languages and Information Management Systems

2

2257

Programming

3

1245

Training and Labour Orientation

1

Second Academic Year:

Code

Course

    Hours       Face-To-Face

2258

Development Environment

1

2256

Data Bases

2

2260

Interfaces Development

2

2263

Business Management Systems

1

2022

Business Entrepreneurship

1

Third Academic Year:

Code

Course

    Hours       Face-To-Face

2259

Access to data

2

2261

Programming Multimedia and Mobile Devices

2

2262

Programming of Services and Processes

1

Fourth Academic Year (First Semester):

Code

Course

Hours Number

2264

Development Project of Multiplatform Applications

40

1244

Enterprise Internship

370

 

The itinerary is only a suggestion. The students can elaborate their own itinerary adapted to their personal circumstances. The only constraints are:

1.     The number of spot available in the school.

2.     The maximum of hours per academic year is 1000 hours.

3.     You can only register in the courses “Development Project of Multiplatform Applications” and “Enterprise Internship” during the last Academic Year once you have passed all the other subjects.

 

In the image below, you can see the dependencies between modules:

 

Esquem of DAMS modules

Access: It is necessary to obtain the Baccalaureate degree or to pass and entrance exam.

Schooling: will be as provided in the Web Schooling FP

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