With the rapid growth of mobile technologies, opportunities have increased for mobile application developers. Prepare for a key role in this growing field by adding a Mobile Application minor to your online IT program. Gain sought-after mobile application development skills in a minor featuring hands-on, real-world learning activities. The curriculum focuses on planning, evaluating, designing and managing mobile applications in environments from single user to complex enterprise. Keep pace with evolving technologies — such as the Apple iOS and Android™ OS — by learning to create innovative applications for iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ and Windows® devices. Special topics include managing data and effective requirements analysis.
With your Bachelor’s in System Development and minor in Mobile Application from Capella, you’ll learn to evaluate the effectiveness of implementing a mobile-based design through collaboration and the support of IT tools. You’ll also design effective mobile solutions for business IT environments using agile practices, policies standards and technologies.
With Capella’s Combined Bachelor’s-to-Master’s degree options, you can start building for your future by completing master’s-level credit as your earn your bachelor degree. Combined degree options are designated bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, with a set of shared master’s-level courses applied to both degrees. This enables you to save significant time and money when combining the degree options.
Common jobs with an online Bachelor’s in System Development and minor in Mobile Application include data architect, flash/.net/java/C++ developer, mobile application designer/developer, software analyst/architect or web designer/developer. Potential workplaces include: advertising or marketing company, corporation, government, health care organization, information technology consulting firm, public/private education organization, software development company or web development company.
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