Dual Credit – Object-Oriented Programming and Web Development – Exploring Career Options


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Dual Credit – Object-Oriented Programming and Web Development

Object Oriented Programming (CPRG216) offered by SAIT explores computer programming languages ​​as tools for delivering IT business solutions. Topics include debugging techniques, an overview of software design methodology, programming language terminology, and an introduction to the diversity of language styles. The course introduces students to basic programming structures. Web Development (CPRG213) introduces students to the concepts and basic technologies in web development. Students will explore standard web technologies and languages, including front-end HTML, CSS, ASP.NET Core, and Javascript. In both courses, students create and implement website applications using industry-standard programming languages.

Benefits of program B

  • Just start your high school education
  • Build confidence by developing learning strategies and skills that support learning transitions
  • Learn about continuing opportunities and internships after high school
  • Experienced instructors who are connected to industry and support students to make meaningful connections with career paths
  • Get high school credits and high school credits

  • Credit – 10, 30 le vel CTS
    6 post-secondary credits

Student El i gibility

Open to CBE High School Students:

  • They are in 11th or 12th grade during the program.
  • Have a strong desire to pursue a career in software development
  • We are very excited about taking post-secondary courses
  • They can arrange their own transportation from SAIT to their home high school for the duration of the program.
  • They are on track to successfully pass the following courses or equivalents:
    • Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 (minimum 60%)
    • ELA 30-1 or 30-2 (minimum 60%)

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    “Power User Hardware and Software”. Available Technology:


  • This course is offered in person at SAIT, so students must have a place in their timetable for Semester 1 in September 2023.
  • Students are expected to spend 5-10 hours of independent work per week in addition to SAIT teaching time.
  • Students are expected to meet regularly with both their CBE supervision teacher and SAIT teachers.

Program delivery and delivery

This course is offered in person at SAIT (1301 16 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2M 0L4).

  • Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the SAIT campus
  • Students are required to attend every day of this year-round program
  • Students must meet all course assignments, quizzes, and exam deadlines
    • Attendance is critical to success in this program.

Program Dets

  • Semester 1 | September to December 22, 2023
  • Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 11:30 am

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  • Last date of application:


    on or before Friday, May 26, 2023 at 1:00 p.m

    Please contact your high school’s off-campus coordinator or guidance counselor to begin planning for future programs!


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