Software engineering

The focus of the software engineering curriculum, which leads to a bachelor's of software engineering, is the analysis, design, verification, validation, construction, application and maintenance of software systems. The degree prepares students for professional careers and graduate study with a balance of computer science theory and practical application of software engineering methodology using modern software engineering environments and tools. The curriculum is based on a strong core of topics including software modeling and design, construction, process and quality assurance, intelligent and interactive systems, networks, operating systems and computer architecture. The curriculum also enriches each student's general education with a range of courses from science, mathematics, the humanities and the social sciences.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET


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