Take the first step towards a career in technology with Penn Foster Career School's Online Computer Programming Languages Certificate. Our online certificate can help you prepare for a career as computer programmer, website or software developer, or database manager.¹
Why Learn Computer Programming Languages?
You’ll gain experience with programs used in the technology field today — online, at your own pace.
Why Choose Penn Foster Career School?
Start and Study When You Want
Learn at home or on the go through our custom-designed, mobile-friendly student portal, available 24/7.
A Committed Support System
While you can study at home, you're not alone! Our dedicated Student Services Department, Student Community, and instructors are just a call or email away.
Curriculum for Success
Get the skills and knowledge you need to help you prepare for a career or sharpen your skills as a computer graphic artist.
Set Your Goals and Pace
Customize your study schedule with progress-tracking and goal-setting tools that keep you moving forward.
With 58,000 + graduates in 2019 from our accredited high school, career school, and college, you're in good hands!
Connect with Other Students
Connect in real-time with your peers in your career area in our discussion boards.
A Customized Learning Experience
With mobile-friendly coursework, progress-tracking and goal-setting tools, virtual simulations, and informative videos to help you succeed, the Penn Foster Experience (PFx) is online learning like no other.
Online Computer Programming Languages Certificate Details
In our Computer Programming Languages Certificate program, you’ll cover topics such as Introduction to Programming, Microsoft® Access, Programming in Java,™ and Creating Web Pages. The curriculum is designed with the needs of the industry in mind.
¹ The completion of a certificate-level program does not typically qualify a student for employment. Completion of this program may assist students who have previous academic or work related experience improve their chances for promotion or entry-level employment.
² Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Computer Programmers, on the Internet here.