Software Programming Degree Specialization
It’s hard to think of an industry that doesn’t have a computer information system at its core. DeVry’s degree program in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Software Programming is designed to help you prepare for a variety of career fields, such as software development, in a broad range of industries.
In the Software Programming specialization, you can dive deep into the world of code. You have the opportunity to learn how to code and test programs; methods used to build software; and about types of programming languages available for various applications. You can also practice implementation in a team environment and gain exposure to how to code mobile applications. All so you have the chance to develop skills needed to help organizations build and maintain software products that can help them overcome challenges, capture opportunities, and exceed their goals.
Through DeVry's specialization in Software Programming, you can gain experience in:
- Programming languages like C++ and Java
- Building mobile applications for Android
- Structured, event-driven, object-oriented programming
- General business competencies such as written and oral communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, and team skills through technical and nontechnical courses
If you’re a hands-on builder at heart, then a degree in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Software Programming could be a great fit for you. Request more information.
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*The certificate and associate programs vary by course requirement. If the program length is less than 30 credit hours, the entire program must be completed at DeVry University. If the program length is between 30 to 120 credit hours, 30 credit hours must be completed at DeVry University.