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Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering

One of the most dynamic and essential fields, software engineering is responsible for much of our technological progress—from smartphones to genetic modeling. This field is experiencing explosive growth due to the ubiquitous nature of software that drives all computing machines and devices.

Our Bachelor of Software Engineering degree will fully prepare you to contribute to today’s ever-growing information economy. The BS in Software Engineering curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for exciting careers in software development by combining the right balance of fundamental and theoretical concepts of modern software design techniques. Students will gain a practical understanding of computer hardware, networks, databases, and key areas of software architecture.

Instructors in this program come from a wide range of backgrounds and have many years’ worth of practical experience within the varied field of software engineering, allowing them to communicate this valuable practice to students. Small class sizes offer personal attention from instructors, enabling students to flourish in an online environment.

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