Wake Tech's non-degree programming courses are for individuals with little to no programming experience who are interested in learning various computer languages for new employment opportunities or those who desire to upskill for employment readiness.
Students will learn to write and test code, gain a fundamental knowledge of Agile methodology and be prepared for the Microsoft MTA 98-381: Introduction to Programming Using Python exam.
Financial assistance available
Don't have enough money to pay for a course? Right now, Wake Tech's Propel program offers scholarships that cover the cost of registration, fees, books, course-specific supplies and credentialing exams.
The Propel scholarship application is closed and will reopen October 1.