|Bachelor of Science in Software Development With|
a Concentration in Mobile Application Development
Herzing University’s Bachelor of Science in Software Development with a concentration in Mobile Application Development prepares students for a range of positions in nearly every field imaginable, including technology, business, healthcare, design, and public safety, among others.
The coursework is designed to spark imaginations and help students develop the skills and aptitude needed in the design and implementation of mobile apps. Application development will target Android phones and tablets, iPhones and iPads, and Windows phones and tablets.
Potential job position titles include computer software developer or engineer, mobile systems analyst, mobile application developer, mobile developer, web application developer, mobile platform developer, mobile systems analyst, and more.
To receive additional information about Herzing University Software Development programs and related careers, call 1-800-596-0724 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.
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