The Information Technology Bachelor's Degree with a Software Engineering Specialization from University of Phoenix covers a complete range of software engineering topics including software engineering, operating systems, advanced programming and much more.
While earning an Information Technology Bachelor's Degree with a Software Engineering Specialization from University of Phoenix, students explore real-life networking scenarios through hands-on labs and simulations. Students also learn from leaders in the field of information technology who have a plethora of real-world experience.
The Information Technology Bachelor's Degree with a Software Engineering Specialization from University of Phoenix is focused on the acquisition of theory and application of technical competencies associated with the information technology profession. The courses prepare students with fundamental knowledge in core technologies, such as systems analysis and design, programming, database design, network architecture and administration, Web technologies and application development, implementation and maintenance.
Students use innovative digital materials to develop competencies to apply: Systems Analysis and Design, Computer Programming, Database Development, Network Technologies, Information Systems Security, Web Technologies and Project Planning. This program's specialization, Software Engineering, concentrates on principles of software application development. The curriculum is designed to produce graduates ready to function in information technology positions with the competencies, skills, and attitudes necessary for success in the workplace. It forms the basis for continued career growth, life-long learning as an IT professional, or a future graduate program.
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