Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) offers applied bachelor's degree in Computing and Software Development. Students can transfer to the applied bachelor's program with an associate degree in Computer Science or Computing and Software Development. A computer science applied bachelor’s degree prepares people to work in careers such as software developers, computer programmers, computer systems analysts. These positions are in high demand in Seattle King County regions. Applied Bachelor degree in Computing and Software Development classes include Big Data, cloud computing, algorithm and data structure, database modeling and design, mobile application development, and more.
Learn more information about the applied bachelor's degree course information and application details.
The Associate in Computer Science DTA/MRP is the newest direct transfer agreement/major related program that has an agreement between the Community and Technical College System and Washington state universities. Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) is the first to offer this degree for students choosing to earn a pre-computer science degree in preparation for transfer. Graduates with a 2.0 or better will be able to transfer with junior status with all or most prerequisites for the computer science major completed. Institutions that accept Computer Science DTA/MRP transfer students from LWTech include:
Entry into this program requires completion of LWTech's admissions application.
At LWTech, we welcome all students as an open enrollment college and we are committed to your inclusion at the college. The Computing and Software Development program of study leads to an industry or specific employers that may require a full or partial background check as well as a drug test before you start the job. Please know LWTech is committed to your inclusion at the college and you can talk with an advisor about alternative options that may be similar to this program.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology does not offer every course each quarter. It is the student's responsibility to consult the Class Schedule and work out an individual schedule with an advisor or counselor. Any developmental coursework a student might be required to complete may increase the program length.
Associate in Computer Science, Direct Transfer Agreement/
Major Related Program (DTA/MRP)
Transferring from LWTech
Lake Washington Institute of Technology is proud of the many pathway options our students have to complete an Applied Bachelor’s degree, both at LWTech, and at in-state universities and colleges. All degrees, whether DTA/MRP, AAS-T or AAS, can fulfill transfer requirements at multiple institutions thanks to the articulation (transfer) agreements between LWTech and the transfer college.
An applied bachelor's degree can improve your chances in the job market and help you make more money. Employers want graduates with:
To learn more about transferring to another college or university, please visit our Transferring from LWTech page.
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