May 06, 2021  
2020-2021 Florida Tech Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Florida Tech Catalog

Software Engineering, B.S.


Major Code: 7075 Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Science
Delivery Mode(s): Classroom Admission Status: Undergraduate
Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne

The software engineering major prepares students for careers as practicing professionals in software architecture, design, implementation, testing and evolution, or for graduate study. The engineering of software is multidisciplinary, spanning computer science, engineering economics, engineering problem solving, epistemology, human factors management, mathematics, quality control and safety.

The educational objectives of the bachelor of science degree program are to prepare students so that within a few years after graduation they will be leaders in the development of software where their primary role may be in requirements elicitation, software design, application development, software testing or software evolution; they will be actively engaged in continual professional development; and will be using their technical knowledge, interpersonal and personal skills and professional attitude to advance their careers, the careers of others and the organizations for which they work.

Candidates for a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering must complete the minimum course requirements outlined in the following curriculum. 

Curriculum


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Spring (16 credit hours)


Senior Year


Fall (15 credit hours)


Spring (15 credit hours)


Total Credits Required: 127


*Students select one laboratory science sequence (BIO 1010 Biological Discovery 1 /BIO 1030 Introduction to Biotechnology  and BIO 1020 Biological Discovery 2 /BIO 1040 Introduction to Biodiversity and Physiology CHM 1101 General Chemistry 1 /CHM 1111 General Chemistry Laboratory 1  and CHM 1102 General Chemistry 2 /CHM 1112 General Chemistry Laboratory 2 ; or PHY 1001 Physics 1 /PHY 2091 Physics Laboratory 1  and PHY 2002 Physics 2 /PHY 2092 Physics Laboratory 2 ). Students who complete the physics sequence may apply two credits toward the Restricted Elective (Science) requirement.