We have only to boot up our laptops, withdraw cash from an ATM, or use an electronic map in a foreign city to understand the fundamental role software engineers play in our daily lives. Is it any wonder, then, that software engineering jobs in the 10-year period between 2004 and 2014 are expected to increase at an annual rate of 46% (according to MONEY Magazine)? NYU-Poly’s Certificate program in Software Engineering will prepare you to take advantage of that incredible growth and opportunity.
Designed for the working professional seeking a more in-depth understanding of the field, our curriculum covers object-oriented software design, software validation, and project management, along with other topics. By the program’s end, graduates discover they have the knowledge and skills to perform more competitively in the field and the chance to elevate their careers.
Admission to this program requires you to have an undergraduate degree in computer science, mathematics, science, or engineering, along with a superior undergraduate record from an accredited institution. Applicants with degrees in other fields are considered individually for admission. Generally, entering students are expected to know mathematics through calculus.
Students who have superior academic credentials but who lack sufficient background in computer science must take 2 prerequisite courses: