Bachelor’s in Software Development

About our Program

Increase your marketability with a four-year degree at Green River.

Our innovative applied bachelor’s degree program prepares graduates for high-wage, high-demand jobs such as software developer, web developer, and software developer in test.

  • Hands-on experience working with the latest web and mobile technologies.
  • Small class sizes and dedicated faculty who care about your success.
  • Classes offered at Green River's conveniently located Auburn Center campus.
  • Career events and career preparation services.
  • Financial Aid, scholarships and even a part-time job on campus, to those who qualify.

According to the Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, the demand for software developers is projected to grow by 17% through 2024 with median pay of $100,690. Start your journey towards a new and exciting career by contacting an advisor today!

Cost of Attendance

Earning a bachelor’s degree has never been more affordable.

The estimated price of attending full-time as a Washington state resident is approximately $2,300 a quarter, plus books and course fees. For a detailed breakdown, visit our tuition and fee chart.

How we compare to other Washington universities:
Annual Tuition and Fees Comparison for Washington Residents

* Estimated tuition and fees for 2015-2016 for Washington State residents, 15 credits per quarter, three quarters per year.

Employment Outlook

Information on Careers and Earnings

Potential Occupations: Software Developer, Software Engineer, Systems Engineer

Potential Earnings: $43.87 to $54.86 an hour

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Graduate Program Partnerships

Looking to earn your master’s degree in Computer Science or Information Technology after completing your bachelor’s degree? The following universities partner with Green River to provide tuition discounts and master’s degree opportunities for our graduates.

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