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    Why You Should Study Computer Programming

    Earn an affordable degree that will open the door to a rapidly growing industry and a well-paid job.

    All courses are 100% online in tandem with Torah values – join Woodmont College.

    • In an era where people work from home, shop from their smartphones, and pay their bills using apps, technology is more than a luxury – it’s a necessity.
    • The world revolves around technology and very often the success of a business depends on a team of talented programmers, developers, and engineers.
    • No business can survive without people who can code, develop an application, or secure their network.
    • According to Forbes, a Bachelor’s in Computer Science is among the top 7 degrees with the highest salary potential and programmers are always in high demand.

    Secure your seat. Apply today.

    Program Description

    Woodmont College’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Programming and Technology covers a wide range of computer and technology aspects used in today’s organizations, such as application programming, security, networking, and web development. The degree consists of a number of core courses that provide skills in different areas of programming. Students learn languages for software and web development. In addition to building and writing programs, students complete courses in the fundamentals of information technology. This program is employer driven, providing hands-on experience in the skills needed for entry level positions in a broad spectrum of companies.

    Program Details

    Semester Starts     

    Classes begin:

    Summer 2023- June 12, 2023

    Fall 2023- September 4, 2023

    Duration 1.5 – 2 years. Semester schedule of two 15-week semesters and an accelerated 8-week summer semester
    Cost  $300 per credit. With sufficient transfer credit, tuition can be as low as $11,850. Scholarships are available for eligible students.
    Registration Deadline

    Summer 2023- May 29, 2023

    Fall 2023- August 21, 2023

      What You'll Learn

      A robust understanding of computer science and programming

      Program in modern object-oriented programming languages, leveraging appropriate patterns and structures.

      Develop and optimize websites on the server and browser

      Consider the impact of technology on both the local and global society.

      Research and investigate technologies to keep pace with the ever-changing field of computers and information systems.

      Demonstrate awareness of ethical and social issues related to technology.

      Determine end-to-end software solutions for real-world problems through analyzing systems and developing processes

      Implement and integrate networking and security procedures

      Technology Internship

      Students can apply to be placed short-term in a high-tech company where they can gain experience in the software development field. Most positions are remote and include working alongside a supervisor at the company who provides direction and mentorship as interns complete real-world programming and technology projects.

      Program Instructors

      Professor Rina Schwartz

      Professor Schwartz graduated University of Phoenix and Carlow College (Pittsburgh, PA) with an MS in Computer Information Systems Management, and has experience in various computer-related fields.

      Her passion to educate drove her to teach in various subjects for over 20 years. Ms. Schwartz first started teaching in the late 1980s when she taught Meteorology in the US Navy for many years. Later, Ms. Schwartz taught high school and college-level classes in Computers and Spanish.  Before working as a teacher, she worked as a Business Systems Analyst for a major hospital system in Pittsburgh, PA.

      Professor Daniel Batyrev

      Professor Daniel Batyrev holds a Bsc. in Bioinformatics from the University of Tuebingen and an Msc. Computational Neuroscience  from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Computational Neuroscience at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  Professor Batyrev has studied at Yeshivas Telodos Yeshurun and Machon Shlomo in Jerusalem.  He has served as a lecturer in both technology and Jewish studies in various venues, including the Jerusalem College of Technology (Machon Lev), Olami, MEOHR, and  Lauder Foundation educational programs.  He is also a licensed fencing coach.

      Professor Mark Stern

      Professor Mark Stern holds an MA  in Mathematics from Oxford University and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of London. He has worked as a software engineer for 25 years in both England and Israel. He has been teaching at Woodmont College since 2020.

      Dr. Woolf

      Dr. Miriam Woolf

      Dr. Woolf completed her Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Michigan in 2023, where she also finished her master’s in chemistry in 2020. Her dissertation focused on the application of various levels of quantum theory to energy transport in light-harvesting systems. She also has a bachelor’s in chemical engineering from Wayne State (2011) and a master’s in chemical engineering from Cornell (2015), where she worked on organic solar cell research. Upon completion of her degree from Cornell, she returned to Wayne State as a lecturer in engineering and led the curriculum development for the early-engineering programs. She has taught courses such as Engineering Design, Introduction to Programming, Numerical Methods, Materials Science, Biophysical Chemistry, Mathematical Methods for Physical Scientists, Material and Energy Balances, and Organic Synthesis and Characterization. She and her husband reside in Ramat Beit Shemesh.


      Who Will Benefit?

      You’ll most likely benefit from a BS in Programming if you:
      • Enjoy learning and applying math and science conceptsStudents who possess an aptitude for math and science are more likely to succeed and will find the computer science industry extremely rewarding.
      • Are a logical creative thinker with a knack for grasping the theories behind technologyComputer programming involves a lot of problem-solving and out of the box thinking. If you’re adept at this, then a path towards a computer science degree is right for you.
      • Enjoy coding and tinkering with technology Coding is an integral part of a programmer’s job, and if you have the necessary patience and curiosity to write and analyze code, then programming is a good fit for you.

      Course Overview

      Woodmont College offers top notch accredited 100% online degree options in tandem with Torah values. Study at your own pace and master core concepts and cutting edge skills necessary in today’s competitive job market. Learn with expert instructors and engage with like-minded peers in a cohesive,  innovative, milieu that nurtures potential into reality.

      • Cutting edge collaborative learning and support
      • Immersive synergetic online environment
      • Top faculty
      • Personalized academic and career guidance


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