Software Developer Could be Your Future in ITApplication Development:  This degree provides an opportunity for those — who may already have an IT-related associate degree or who may want to focus on computer programming and software/application development — to earn a Bachelor’s Degree of Applied Science by leveraging the strong IT-related programs at North, Central and South Seattle Colleges. (North Seattle College)

Application Development:  The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology: Application Development (BAS-IT: AD) program has been designed to ensure graduates have a strong technical foundation in application and software development. (Centralia College)

Application Development:  Graduates prepare for careers in a variety of occupations including: software development, computer systems analysis, web development, database analysis and mobile application development. In addition to gaining a strong technical foundation, our program addresses the science, communications, and quantitative reasoning needed to work in this growing field. Students learn to work in teams, manage IT projects, and prepare software documentation. (Renton Technical College)

Computer and Software Development: Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) offers an associate degree and applied bachelor’s degree in computing and software development. These high-demand degrees prepare individuals to work as application developers for large and small companies. Students gain beginning and advanced skills in designing, coding, implementing and maintaining programs and database systems. (Lake Washington Institute of Technology)

Cyber Security:   This program focuses on the techniques, policies, and procedures that prepare students to secure and defend critical assets. Major areas of study include network fundamentals, ethics, computer forensics, and security. This program also provides the foundation for many industry certifications such as Network+, Security +, and CCNA. (Columbia Basin College)

Robotics ProgrammerCyber Security & Forensics:  Build on your technical degree with upper-division coursework in a high-tech, high-demand area. Earning an applied bachelor’s degree may help you make higher wages and prepare you for higher-level specialized technical positions. (Highline College)

Cyber Security:  A BAS in Cyber Security from Spokane Falls Community College may be exactly what you’re looking for. In this program, you’ll build technical skills and gain theoretical knowledge that directly applies to real-world problems companies are facing today. Graduates of the BAS Cyber Security program will have a broad base of theoretical and technical knowledge, as well as specialized knowledge in areas such as encryption, risk management, compliance and regulation, ethical hacking and security policy. (Spokane Falls Community College)

Data Analytics: Modern data analytics brings together tools and techniques from business, communication, graphic arts, information technology and statistics to collect, mine, interpret and represent large data sets to illustrate concepts and inform decisions. (Bellevue College)

Computer Network Architecture:  The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Computer Network Architecture will prepare graduates to work as computer network architects, engineers, and managers in designing and implementing computer and information networks; performing network modeling, analysis and planning; and implementing advanced cloud and virtualization technologies at the enterprise level. (Renton Technical College)

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Information Systems:  This degree prepares graduates to strategically plan, manage and apply information technology solutions to business processes and challenges. Topics include business processes, software development, Web, networking, information assurance, project management, analytics, communication, teamwork and leadership. The program includes opportunities for work-based learning, internships and capstone projects.  (Olympic College)

Information Systems and Technology: This degree offers a broad base of theoretical and technical knowledge, as well as specialized knowledge in one of four concentration areas: application development, business intelligence, systems administration, and information security. (Bellevue College)

Information Systems and Technology: This degree will build technical skills and gain theoretical knowledge that directly applies to real-world problems companies are facing today. Graduates will be equipped to for careers in database development, data management, automation, enterprise server administration, and more. (Spokane Falls Community College)

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Information Technology Networking – System Administration:  This degree is designed for prospective students who have earned an associate’s degree and need a pathway to a bachelor’s degree. This pathway combines lower division technical and transfer courses with upper division credits in information technology, resulting in an application-oriented, four-year degree. (Yakima Valley Community College)

IT Networking The Computer Information Systems BAS degree prepares students for common networking administration challenges as well as those that occur in key industry sectors that require specific focused expertise. Graduates will be prepared to enter the workforce as network administrators and related job categories, such as computer and information systems manager or computer network architect. (Whatcom Community College)

Mobile Application Development: Cascadia’s program will launch you into the fastest growing industry in the state. You’ll learn the skills necessary to land jobs such as application developers, front end developers, and software developers, where the median entry-level salary is $69,000. Cascadia offers the only BAS degree in the state with a focus on mobile application development. (Cascadia College)

Network Design & Administration: The Network Design and Administration program in Information Technology includes a four–quarter certificate and a 6 to 7–quarter AAS–T degree program. Prerequisites require an additional one to two quarters for most students. The curriculum was designed with input from Puget Sound industry representatives to include the skills needed for successful employment. (Seattle Central College)

Network Administration and Security:  Become a network and systems administrators, information security analysts, or computer support specialists. (Green River College)

Cyber Intelligence AnalystSoftware Development:  Become an entry-level software developer familiar with the full stack and best practices in the industry. (Green River College)