Earn a Master’s Degree in Software Development
The transition to civilian life doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In fact, we think it should be the opposite: a healing time of transformation where you can find inner peace and develop your full potential.
If you have your bachelor’s degree and you’re wondering “What should I do next?”, and if you love to work with computers and technology to solve problems, then you’re in the right place.
The Master’s in Software Development program is a standalone program that accepts any bachelor’s degree and does not require any previous coding experience. You can earn a master’s degree in software development and be job-ready for an in-demand career that is well compensated in as little as 12 to 18 months.
Our graduates’ average starting salary is $95,000, and many are employed with Fortune 500 companies including Bank of America, Google, Amazon, and more!
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What Makes MSD Different?
- Earn a fully accredited master’s degree in software development, which is more attractive to employers than a coding boot camp certificate
- No previous coding experience is required and any US bachelor’s degree or equivalent is accepted
- All Courses Taught in One-Month Modules
- 2 Entries per year: August and February
- 2 Tracks: Standard (18-month) and Accelerated (12-month)
Start on a Fulfilling Career Path
Our Graduates Average Starting Salary is $95,000 Per Year
Ranging from $75,000 to $135,000
Use Your Veteran Benefits
You earned it, now it’s time to use it! We are proud to be a Yellow Ribbon Program school. This means that as a veteran you may qualify for additional assistance to help pay for tuition and fees not covered by the Post-911 GI Bill®.
Some of the VA benefits that may be available to you include:
- VA Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment® Details
- VA Chapter 33 Post-9/11 GI Bill® Details
- VA Chapter 35 Dependents’ Educational Assistance (DEA) Program® Details
For questions on Veterans benefits, contact our military benefits expert Tal Ron at email@example.com or 641-472-1156.
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“I joined the Master’s in Software Development (MSD) program in February 2021 and will graduate in August 2022. What I appreciate most about MSD is the quality of our professors. They are passionate about the material they teach and that shows through. It’s very clear from day one. The way they teach helps me stay interested. They enjoy the material and set the example through their dedication and level of knowledge. They are at the top of their profession. All of them. I have not met one professor who is not at the top of their profession in the unit they are teaching.
Also, the small class size and intimate atmosphere is something you don’t get at large universities. A lot of guys who have been in the military don’t want to be in a huge massive university. In the military we are trained in small units and they favor smaller units. I taught in the Navy and always had around 12 people in my classes.”