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Software Engineering Degree
The software engineering degree program at University of Denver prepares students for the application of scientific and mathematical principles computer software systems through design, analysis, verification, validation, implementation and maintenance, using a variety of computer languages. Students who graduate the software engineering degree program may pursue careers in database or network administration, information systems analysis, and more. Courses include probability and statistics, computer science, managerial science, discrete mathematics, and applications to complex computer systems. Get more details below including other Colorado colleges that offer software engineering degrees.
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