Every company needs software created or updated – whether it’s websites, mobile apps, video games or core programs that run the business. This specialized online bachelor’s from Southern New Hampshire University will help you develop front-end and back-end programming skills employers seek. See how this degree ranks compared to others on College Factual’s Computer Software & Applications list.
This program is offered both on campus and online to accommodate your busy schedule. Courses are delivered in 8-week sessions. Interested in learning more? Our highly qualified Enrollment Specialists would be happy to assist you.
WCTC offers multiple degree programs in the field of computer software/applications. For more information about completing a degree in this field, you can speak with an enrollment specialist at any of our campuses. You can also see how NWTC ranks compared to other colleges offering a similar degree. Click on the links to the right for more details. The majority of grads in this area are white. WCTC has credit transfer agreements with many four-year universities to allow students to complete their baccalaureate degrees, often at junior-level status.
Graduates of NWTC’s two-year Software Development program are in high demand. Employers want these workers for their critical tech skills, including website design, technical support and analytics. Every business, large and small, has some type of software that needs to be created or updated. This may be a website, core programs that run the business or something they sell for profit. Software developers work with a variety of languages and tools to create these products for businesses and individuals.
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Whether you’re starting your career, looking to upskill, or changing careers, NWTC offers a variety of programs and degrees to fit your schedule. Whether it’s a short-term credential, a technical diploma or an associate degree. We offer both on campus and online classes to fit your needs.
The IT-Web and Software Developer program gives you the opportunity to learn the skills required for a career in web/software development. You will hone your skills working with Windows, browsers, databases and integrated development environments. The curriculum is also designed to help you transfer into a 4-year university program.
NWTC is committed to student success, which includes providing opportunities for students to gain real-world experience through internships and other work-based learning activities. Dave Kairys, an instructor in the IT-Web and Software Developer program, suggests that high schools work with NWTC to get students interested in this field as early as possible. He believes this will help to solve the problem of a lack of younger engineers coming into startups.