C# Programming Certificate Capstone

This project utilizes the skills learned in the C# Programming Certificate program.

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C# Programming Certificate Capstone

This project utilizes the skills learned in the C# Programming Certificate program.

What you’ll be able to do — competencies

  • Design an application to a given specification
  • Develop an application from the ground up utilizing the skills acquired from the C# curriculum
  • Identify potential design and development issues and work through to solutions

Course description

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The final Capstone project utilizes all the skills learned throughout the C# Programming Certificate program. This project will form a central part of your professional portfolio. This is an individualized project in which you can expect to spend as many as 30 hours outside of class in development. You’ll do both group work and individual work on your project.

Prerequisites

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  • All certificate courses

Syllabus

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Project Initiation Phase

The first meeting of the Capstone Project is a two-hour scheduled kick-off class with the instructor and up to six students.

  • A discussion of the project details and requirements
  • Clarification about the purpose or expected outcome of the project including a review of the evaluation components of the project
  • Establishing the project milestones that the student will use in the development of the project
  • A review of the process that students will use during the project development stage to get feedback from the instructor
  • A discussion of the last class, during which the instructor will evaluate the student’s project
  • An outline of the process and steps that will be used to evaluate the student’s project
  • An opportunity for the student to get started on the design of the Capstone Project (this allows the student to validate their design decisions with the instructor before development works begins)

Project Development Phase

After the initial two-hour class, there are additional in-person meetings between the student and instructor to check milestones. Any follow-up communication outside scheduled meetings with the instructor will occur via email. The student may contact the instructor up to two times for direction or suggestions (see the notes below on this subject under “Important Considerations”).

  • The project is expected to take from 30 to 40 hours of student time to complete. However, completion time will depend on the student’s mastery of the material covered in the C# certificate classes

Project Evaluation Phase

The final meeting between the student and instructor is the evaluation of the student’s Capstone project. It will occur in person at the Bellevue College North Campus.

  • If at that time the project is considered by the instructor to be complete, the student will have successfully passed the Capstone course.
  • If the student does not successfully complete the project, the instructor will review with the student the area(s) where the project did not meet expectations. The student will then have an additional 15 days to correct these problems and resubmit the project via email. The 15-day grace period may not be extended for any reason, and only one resubmission is allowed; this will be considered the final opportunity to pass the project. The instructor will notify the student of the pass/fail status of the final submission via reply email. If, after resubmitting the project the second time, the instructor believes that the work is not satisfactory, then the student will be considered to have failed the project, and the certificate will not be issued. The student’s only recourse is to re-enroll in and pay for the Capstone course again.
  • If the student does not submit the project at the final scheduled meeting, an additional 15-day grace period will be extended to the student only if the student submits an email to the instructor by that requesting an extension. However, if the student either does not submit the project by the end of the 15-day extension or does submit it to the instructor, but does not meet the minimum standards required for the project to pass, then the student will be considered as having failed the project and the certificate will not be issued. A second resubmission of the project is not allowed, and an extension of the 15-day grace period will not be extended for any reason. The student’s only recourse is to re-enroll in and pay for the Capstone course again.
  • If the student would like an earlier evaluation than the last scheduled meeting, they must contact the instructor to see if an earlier date can be arranged. Such arrangements will be on a case-by-case basis and, if an early evaluation is agreed to, it may need to take place via email rather than in a face-to-face meeting. If an early evaluation takes place and the student does not successfully complete the project, an additional 15-day extension, starting from the date that the instructor informs the student of the failing grade, will be extended to the student. If, after resubmitting the project the second time, the instructor believes that the work is not satisfactory, then the student will be considered to have failed the project, and the certificate will not be issued. The student’s only recourse is to re-enroll in and pay for the Capstone course again.

Next available start dates

Online — Evenings

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C# Programming Certificate Capstone
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Total classroom hours

11 hours

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Schedule

Online

Evenings, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM, 4 Th, 6/25/20-8/20/20

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Total cost

$449

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Instructor: Carl Prothman

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Notes

Online courses require an internet connection and the ability to interact both through audio and video using either a web cam/microphone, speakers/headset using a computer or via a mobile phone connection. Any costs associated with connectivity or equipment are the responsibility of the student.

Online — Evenings

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C# Programming Certificate Capstone
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Total classroom hours

11 hours

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Schedule

Online

Evenings, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, 4 M - 9/28/2020 - 12/7/2020

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Total cost

$449

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Instructor: Carl Prothman

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Notes

Online courses require an internet connection and the ability to interact both through audio and video using either a web cam/microphone, speakers/headset using a computer or via a mobile phone connection. Any costs associated with connectivity or equipment are the responsibility of the student.

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