Technical Studies-Software Development

This degree prepares students for a career in software development, mobile application development/design, or web development. 

This is a G3 program. Students may qualify for free tuition, fees, and books.  


Coding on a computer screen and man standing behind it


Associate of Applied Science Degree

Credit Hours


Program Information

Students will know a variety of programming languages, they will be able to write and execute code, troubleshoot software applications, and know data structures and computer architecture. 

Students will demonstrate collaboration on software development projects using iterative best practices. Students will develop, debug, and test software in multiple programming languages.  Students will demonstrate an understanding of the languages, frameworks, and tools used to natively develop mobile applications. Students will develop software using documented programming language procedures.  

Career Outlook:  The Associate of Applied Science in Technical Studies-Software Development will prepare students for a high wage, high demand technology career. There is strong regional workforce demand for software developers and the curriculum has been developed in consultation with a software development firm. Graduates from the program will have opportunities with local industry partners that have assisted in the development of the program to develop a pipeline into high demand careers.

This program was co-developed with WillowTree®

Graduation Requirements

Students in all degree programs are required to take at least one Civic Engagement (CE) course to graduate.

Potential Careers

Software Engineer