Expand Your Horizons for a Meaningful Career
The bachelor’s degree program in software engineering prepares its graduates for a long-term career in the wide range of software engineering fields, with a system-wide perspective and an affinity with industry. The degree does not only train its graduates to be “programmers”, but rather provides wide ranging knowledge and skills in theoretical and practical subjects related to the profession, and as such prepares them for a varied and ambitious career in which the sky is the limit. While software ultimately focuses on computer programs and applications, a broad perspective of the entire system is needed, requiring understanding and knowledge on subjects such as communication, operating systems, databases, artificial intelligence, system architecture and management.
In the second part of their studies students select one of two specialization tracks: data sciences or computer-embedded systems and real-time, with each specialization training students for an especially relevant and in-demand field with a view towards the current needs of the high-tech world.
An In-Demand Field
All industrial fields significantly depend on software, which is why the range of opportunities and positions is huge, and the demand for software engineers continues to grow. Software engineers with an academic degree are preferred by most employers and enjoy rapid advancement – both professional and managerial.