Undergraduate – Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BSSWE)

The Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BSSWE) degree at Kennesaw State is fully accredited by ABET, the Accreditation Board of Engineers and Technology, and the only public undergraduate software engineering program in Georgia. 

The bachelor’s in software engineering at KSU prepares you to be part of the new generation of software developers focused on the engineering of software systems; that is, those systems that meet specified requirements, that are built with mission-critical quality levels, and are within cost and schedule requirements. Software Engineering focuses on software aspects of computing, rather than hardware. Graduates from this program typically work in programming either testing or developing software or work as software consultants. 

Software engineering represents one of the fastest growing segments of software professionals in the United States. Businesses and industries require software engineers in the fields of medicine, the military, domestic and international communications, aerospace engineering and many more.

Software Engineering Salary and Career Information

*Source: U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, O*Net Online

Want to further enhance your career and salary potential in the field of Software Engineering? Consider continuing your educational training in KSU’s Software Engineering Master’s degree program to help you reach your career goals.

Software Engineering Degree Benefits at Kennesaw State

  • Flexible Course Options The Software Engineering degree offers flexible options to fit your needs and busy schedule, including day and after-hour classes and online courses. We maintain small class sizes to ensure that you get the opportunity to know and work with your professors and classmates.
  • Hands-On Experience – You will receive hands-on training through labs and classroom work. You’ll have the opportunity to work in teams and participate in group projects to learn how to deliver high-quality software products and find out what it means to be a software engineer in a “real world” environment.
  • Diverse Career Options – As an SWE graduate, you will have varied career choices including software engineer, software system developer, software application developer, embedded systems developer, computer systems analyst and technical project manager, to name a few.

Department of Software Engineering and Game Design and Development (SWEGD)

Kennesaw State University

Marietta Campus
Atrium (Building J) Room 371B
1100 South Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30060

Sumanth Yenduri
Department Chair
syenduri@kennesaw.edu

(470) 578-4213

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