Degree Levels Offered for Software Engineering

Sample Free Open
Software Engineering Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
021 full-course 21 Foundations of Software Engineering N/A NA Kevin Amaratunga Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course teaches students the fundamentals of developing software for engineering and information technology.
000 full-course Introduction to Software Engineering 2009-09-01 Fall 2009 Sajjad Mahmood KFUPM
This course provides an introduction to software engineering and software processes.
021 full-course 21 Object Oriented Program Design and Software Engineering N/A N/A Dave Goodeau ArsDigita University
This course teaches students about object-oriented paradigm using Java and basic principles of software engineering.
000 full-course Principles of Software Engineering 2008-09-01 Fall 2008 Sabri A. Mahmoud KFUPM
Introduction to software development processes, requirements, and specifications, as well as software design, verification, validation, management, and tools.
020 full-course 20 Programming Methodology N/A N/A Stanford University
Students in this course will use Java programming and learn about the engineering of computer applications while emphasizing modern software engineering principles.
012 full-course 12 Programming Methodology N/A N/A Soo-Mook Moon Seoul National University
Students in this course will become familiar with and the learn the best ways to apply C and C++ programming languages.
028 full-course 28 Programming Methodology N/A N/A Mehran Sahami Stanford University
This introductory computer science course covers the basics of programming for a variety of applications.
012 full-course 12 Software Engineering Concepts N/A N/A Nancy Leveson Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course is composed of lecture notes and selected readings addressing issues that may arise in the engineering of software systems and software development project design.
004 full-course 4 Software Engineering for Web Applications N/A N/A Philip Greenspun ArsDigita University
This course teaches the basics of designing a dynamic website with a database back end, including scripting languages, cookies, SQL, and HTML with the goal of building such a site as the main (group) project Emphasizes computer-human interface and the graphical display of information.
026 full-course 26 Software Engineering for Web Applications 2003-09-01 Fall 2003 Harold Abelson, Philip Greenspun Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this course students learn how to approach Internet-application-specific challenges.

Accredited Online Software Engineering Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Kennebec Valley Community College Yes 100% 87% 34%
Ohio State University-Main Campus Yes 63% 82% 80%
Misericordia University Yes 59% 100% 68%
Penn Foster High School Yes N/A N/A N/A
University of Maine at Fort Kent Yes 69% 86% 43%
Drury University Yes 87% 84% 51%
University of Massachusetts-Lowell Yes 66% 89% 50%
Mount Aloysius College Yes N/A 100% 51%
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide Yes 95% 39% 50%
Southern New Hampshire University-Nashua Yes N/A N/A N/A
University of Maine at Machias Yes 83% 99% 30%
Pinnacle Career Institute-South Kansas City Yes 100% 91% 73%
Grayson College Yes 100% 23% 16%
Hopkinsville Community College Yes 100% 100% 17%
Southern New Hampshire University-Salem Yes N/A N/A N/A
University of Maine Yes 78% 94% 59%
Monroe Community College Yes 100% 78% 25%
Heald College-Modesto Yes 94% 100% N/A
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Yes 80% 88% 69%
University of the Rockies Yes N/A N/A N/A

Software Engineering at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Software Engineering

    • 615 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Software Engineering
      • 92% Male
        Students
      • 8% Female
        Students
    • 1,135 Master's Degrees in
      Software Engineering
      • 69% Male
        Students
      • 31% Female
        Students
    • 7 Doctoral Degrees in
      Software Engineering
      • 100% Male
        Students
      • 0% Female
        Students

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