SoftEng_factsheet_03-09-07

SoftEng_factsheet_03-09-07 - Drexel Online A Better U.TM...

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Master of Science in Software Engineering The online M.S. in Software Engineering degree is designed to address the rapid rise in demand for software engineering professionals by offering courses and degrees that provide students with the skills employer's desire and knowledge needed to make an immediate contribution to the workplace. The multidisciplinary curriculum provides an understanding of the latest technologies and tools that are being developed and encompasses behavioral, managerial and technical aspects of software engineering. The software engineering degree program is designed specifically for students who are interested in a range of application domains. It prepares students for key roles in industry, government agencies, academia and other institutions. Graduates of this program have found their degrees to be highly valued credentials in the field. Many have advanced as senior managers within large engineering firms or became successful as entrepreneurs in the software engineering field. Concentration Tracks Students select an area of concentration, or track, which allows them to take a cohesive, more specialized set of courses supporting their individual career interests. Three tracks are available: ± Computer Science: for individuals interested in a variety of technical topics pertaining to the development of software systems. ± Engineering: for individuals interested in techniques to model engineering problems and offer software solutions. ± Information Science and Technology:
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