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We offer unique and flexible graduate programs in computer science and software engineering that will enhance your career in the technology capital of the Pacific Northwest.

Breaking Down the Basics of Computer Science

Are you considering pursuing a graduate degree in computer science? If so, it can help you picture what your future career could look like if you hear how people in the field define what computer science actually is. Watch this video to hear some of the computer scientists at Facebook describe the field of computer science.

Computer science involves both writing and understanding languages that communicate with a computer. Every action your computer performs is the result of a computer scientist creating code that the computer understands so that it can react in the right way.

At Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering, our graduate programs in computer science and software engineering give you the tools you need to enter this ever-growing field. Get more information about our graduate degrees by calling us at (888) 457-5227.

A Look at Common Computer Science Careers

Are you interested in advancing your career by earning a Master of Science in Computer Science? If so, then watch this video for an introduction to common careers for individuals who hold a graduate degree in computer science.

With an education in computer science, some of the job titles that you might pursue include software developer, computer systems analyst, network systems administrator, database administrator, web developer, and security analyst. Software developers write code and develop software for a wide variety of applications, such as online shopping, antivirus programs, mobile apps, and computer graphics software.

The Seattle University College of Science and Engineering offers a Master of Science in Computer Science graduate degree in Seattle that can prepare you to pursue careers like these. Please call (888) 457-5227 for more information.

What Is Software Architecture?

Are you interested in transitioning into a software engineering career or advancing your education, but you don’t feel ready to commit to a graduate degree? If so, then you may benefit from earning a certificate in software architecture and design.

Software architecture refers to the organization of a software system. A software architecture may encompass a software system’s components, how its components interact with one another, and the principles which outline its design. Different styles and patterns of software architecture provide the foundations for computing systems and can be used to improve and organize a software system.

At the Seattle University College of Science and Engineering, we offer a graduate certificate in software architecture and design that can help you broaden your skillset and advance in your career. Please call (888) 457-5227 for details about the computer science and software engineering certificates and graduate programs that we offer at our university in Seattle.

Pursue Your Passion for Technology with a Computer Science Degree

Are you wondering how you can turn your interest in technology into a career? If so, then watch this video to hear how Alan Yu, a 2017 computer science graduate from Seattle University, used his interest in tech to prepare for a rewarding career.

Alan Yu was attracted to the Seattle University computer science curriculum because of its focus on the tech industry and its project-centered classes. After graduation, Alan will begin his career as a technical program manager at Microsoft.

The Seattle University College of Science and Engineering in Seattle offers undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science that feature small class sizes and real-world industry experience. Please call (888) 457-5227 to find out more.

FAQs About Our Master of Software Engineering Program

Seattle University’s software engineering master’s program is designed for working professionals who wish to grow their expertise and advance their career. If you are wondering if this program may be right for you, then keep reading to learn answers to frequently asked questions about our Master of Software Engineering degree program.

When are classes available?

All classes for the Master of Software Engineering degree are offered in the evenings so that working professionals can further their education while continuing their employment.

What can I expect?

This graduate program’s curriculum provides students with extensive coursework in a wide range of computer science and software engineering topics. Also, the degree’s learning objectives are designed to build upon the computing experience of those enrolled in the program, as well as offer a balanced study of managerial and technical areas.

Do I need professional experience to apply?

The Master of Software Engineering requires that applicants have a minimum of 2 years of work experience in the software industry.

What are the degree requirements?

This degree requires the completion of 47 graduate credits, and a maximum of 12 credits that are taken in non-matriculated status may be applied. All degree requirements must be met within 6 years after coursework begins, and our typical program schedules consist of a 2-year plan for full-time students and two 3-year plan options.

How will this degree help my career?

This degree is designed to prepare graduates to advance in their career and fill positions in management, leadership, architecture and design, and development. The goals of this program are to help students understand the lifecycle of software development, grow their leadership and teamwork skills, and obtain experience in every aspect of software engineering, such as design, testing, analysis, and project management.

Would you like to discover more about the Seattle University College of Science and Engineering’s software engineering graduate program in Seattle? If so, then you can reach us by calling (888) 457-5227.

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