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Bachelor of Science in Software Development (Online)

As computers only continue to become more necessary in our society, those equipped with skills to spur this growth onward will be prepared for high-demand careers. Graduates of GCU’s Bachelor of Science (BS) in Software Development degree are able to work with a variety of programming languages, mobile and web technologies, web application frameworks and today’s cloud platforms. With project-driven courses and industry expert faculty, students will develop the skills needed to enter this field after graduation.

Software developers create the technologies we interact with every single day. As a developer, you will have a hand in shaping how our society will use these technologies in the future. Courses cover career-necessary topics including:

- Fundamental and advanced syntax of web development languages including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more
- Development using a variety of different programming languages, web frameworks and cloud computing platforms
- Skills in web application security and vulnerability defense to protect important information and maintain information security
- Database systems management and administration
- Technological literacy skills which are necessary to design components of information systems solutions
- Teamwork, organizational communication and project management which can position you for leadership positions
- History and current trends in software development and the overarching field of technology

GCU’s Bachelor of Science in Software Development program includes the unique Christian perspective and focus on the technology industry. Learn to practice software development ethically and morally, from a biblical perspective. Classes offer the opportunity to explore technology and software development through a Christian lens, leading to the development of a well-rounded skillset.

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