WPI Graduates 9 Students from Java Certificate Program
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/January 10, 2003
Contact: WPI Media Relations, 508-831-5616
Worcester Polytechnic Institute awarded 9 students certificates for completing its Java Program. The students completed their studies at the WPI Metro West Technical Education Center in Southborough, MA.
Receiving certificates were:
|Michael A. Moses||Sudbury, MA|
|Ruth J. Kohls||Acton, MA|
|Michael Kellstrand||Franklin, MA|
|Renato R. Menezes||Clinton, MA|
|Roberta L. Fox||Newton, MA|
|Christopher M. Grenier||Westfield, MA|
|Sandeep Hazarika||Waltham, MA|
|Peter A. Marocco||Newton, MA|
|Lawrence W. Fowler||Northborough, MA|
WPI’s Java program teaches the fundamentals of computer programming using Java and basic database concepts. The powerful JBuilder development tool is introduced, progressing through J2EE compliant elements of Beans including EJB, Swing, Servlets and JSP. The program also covers HTML, XML/XSL and Web Services such as SOAP and UDDI and culminates in a team-based Master Lab, which integrates all of these elements into a real-world project. This accelerated learning program provides students with the skills and competencies to be web developers, Java developers, Java QA, and backend developers.
Students enjoy the flexibility of completing the Java program in nine weeks (full-time) or in nine months (part-time) at WPI’s Southborough or Waltham campuses. A variety of student loans are available.
For more information on this and other information technology certificate programs offered by WPI’s Division of Continuing and Professional Education at its MetroWest and Waltham campuses, call (800) WPI-9717 or visit http://www.ce.wpi.edu.