Why should I study software engineering?
Though software engineering is a relatively new discipline, it is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the 100 Best Jobs. Why? Software engineers are needed in virtually every industry at every level.
Software engineering is much more than designing and developing applications. As our machines, homes and cities
become more equipped with sensors, transmitters and communication systems, software engineers help us connect the
bots in fun and creative ways. The Bureau of
Labor Statistics predicts a 24 percent growth in the field by 2026, which makes software engineering one of
the fastest growing career fields in America.
Is software engineering for me?
Software engineering requires an ability to design and implement creative solutions. It often requires long hours in
front of a computer screen. But the trade-off is you’ll earn a high salary to work on some very cool projects;
like building video games or even designing military-grade applications for satellites and lasers.
What types of people are attracted to the M.S. in Software Engineering program at Regis University? You’re likely to share common
traits such as:
- A knack for solving problems
- High motivation
- The ability to learn quickly
- An insatiable curiosity about how
- A love of puzzles
- Creative thinking
- Great team-working skills
A master’s degree will prepare you for in-demand career opportunities like:
- Computer Systems Engineer
- Application Designer
- Custom Software Developer
- Information Architect
- Full Stack Developer
- Other complex and highly skilled
positions in business
What will I learn in Regis’ M.S. in Software Engineering program?
Our Software Engineering program educates students on the various disciplines associated with modern software
engineering. In particular, the 36 credit-hour degree provides students with:
- Knowledge of the specification,
architecture, design, implementation, testing and security of applications
- Mastery of industry best-practices
behind user-driven requirements
- First-hand experience with
- In-depth knowledge of Agile
- The use of layered architectures,
design patterns and application frameworks
- Advanced understanding of Java™,
- Development of web applications and
Android and iOS apps
- Deployment platforms for desktop,
server, web and mobile environments
Is Regis’ Software Engineering program accredited?
Regis University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.
What class formats are available?
Our M.S. in Software Engineering degree requires just 36 credit-hours and is offered on campus, online, or in a blended format.
The convenience of our online software engineering courses let you work and attend school at the same time, which
means you can work toward your degree without sacrificing your paycheck. Our on-campus and blended format courses are taught one night a week from 6:00pm to 10:00pm.
When do software engineering classes start at Regis University?
New cohorts will start in the following 8 week terms;
If you are required to complete the pre-requisite course, start options include;
**Campus-based classes are offered for this program starting in August each year as a “cohort” model in which you progress through the program with the same group of students in campus-based classes versus taking classes online. Campus based cohort classes are offered at our Denver Tech Center (DTC) campus. Our DTC campus is located off 1-25 and Arapahoe Road. For more information about the DTC campus, click here.