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Software Development

Software is the set of instructions that tell computers what to do, and developers are responsible for creating, designing, deploying, and supporting those instructions. For example, systems developers work on the core functions of a computer, such as operating systems, disk management, utilities, and hardware management. Programming developers create tools for other programmers, such as text editors, compilers, linkers, and debuggers. Application developers help end-users perform tasks, such as write a report, analyze data, listen to music, run a security diagnostic, or post pictures to social media.

Software Development Pathway

  1. While in High School
  2. CoLAB Pathway Enrollment
  3. College credits (AP, dual enrollment)
Work-Based Learning

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
  1. With Associate's Degree
  2. A.S. Computer Science

Off Ramp to Industry

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
  1. With a Bachelor's Degree
  2. B.S. Computer Science

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. Software Development Engineer
  2. Java Developer
  3. Software Developer

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
  1. With a Grad Degree
  2. M.S. Software Engineering

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. App Developer
  2. Web Developer
  3. .Net Developer

Professional Development:

Portfolio development, Security Clearance
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