Software Development & Engineering Associate's Degree

Software Development & Engineering Degree - Associate Degree - National College

Our next term begins August 25 (Apply by January 1)

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Engineering Your Future

National College's Associate's degree in Software Development and Engineering is designed to help you gain the skills necessary to design, create, and deploy software solutions for complex problems. Professionals with skills in software developing and engineering, relational databases, and programming languages are helping government and industry develop high-performance, high-availability, and secure solutions for many of today's most challenging problems.

Your program will offer coursework covering programming logic fundamentals and will provide hands-on experience in widely used programming languages to develop basic skills for web, mobile applications, and computer programming. In addition to the principle course of study, you may participate in an externship placement in a supervised business environment to gain career-related experience to strengthen your resume.

The software development and engineering program not only serves as a strong foundation for pursuing a bachelor's degree in a related field such as network administration or information technology but is also designed to give you the skills and techniques needed for employment as a computer programmer, software developer, and other related disciplines.

Whether you want to work at a large or small business, government or non-profit entity, complete the information request form or call 888-980-9156 today to learn more about how a software development and engineering degree might benefit you.

Your Learning Experience

The Software Development and Engineering Associate's Degree program provides a balance between theory and practice, with a greater emphasis on hands-on learning.

Students at National College may also enter into the progressive education path at different points; meaning a student may have earned credits at another institution and may transfer to National College to continue their training in a growing number of fields at the associate's, bachelor's and graduate levels - in high-demand areas such as software development, cybersecurity, network administration, and information technology.


Why National College?

¹Refresher training is tuition-free for qualified students. Additional costs such as lab fees, books and supplies are the responsibilities of the student. Retraining is limited to the program from which the student graduated and is subject to space available.



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