Gain marketable programming skills through Hofstra CE’s Object-Oriented Programming courses -- that will ready you for a career as a software engineer or developer. By 2024, this field is expected to grow by 17 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Studying OOP teaches you a different mindset for programming -- having you look at the objects you want to manipulate before coding, which allows a more complete data analysis and a reduction in development time.
The Object-Oriented Programming courses are perfect for mainframe and COBOL professionals looking to upgrade their skills yet basic enough for anyone wanting to learn about OOP.
Programming is integral to all digital media -- from spreadsheets to websites to databases to video games. Understanding the difference between variables, operators and indexes is a key to success in this world of interactive technology.