Information Systems Technology Department Joins Apple iOS Developer University Program
WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College’s Information Systems Technology Department has joined the Apple iOS Developer University Program, an initiative created for higher education institutions wanting to introduce iOS development into curricula.
According to Greg Robison, chair of PCC’s Information Systems Technology Department, membership in the Apple program will enable the college to teach mobile application design and development in the Simulation and Game Design, Computer Programming and Web Technologies programs. He said students in those associate degree programs would develop, test and debug applications for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, using the iOS SDK and other Apple technologies.
Membership in the Apple iOS program is one of several new features of PCC’s Business Division.
Earlier this summer, the college announced it would begin offering the entire two-year Simulation and Game Development curriculum along with Healthcare Business Informatics. Both will start this fall.