Nearly all organizations have a web and mobile presence. Hold the key to developing these platforms with a Web and Mobile Development degree from Bay State College.
As the presence of websites and mobile applications continues to grow, so do the number of opportunities in the IT development industry. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor, job prospects for web and software application developers are set to increase 14% by 2024.
Take advantage of this exciting time by pursuing a B.S. in Information Technology with a concentration in Web and Mobile Development from Bay State College.
Receive a strong foundation in business and information technology, while gaining in-demand skills, like how to:
In class, your professors will share their in-depth, real world experiences with you from their time working in the industry. Then you’ll have the opportunity to work in the industry yourself by completing a required internship, with easy access to Boston’s Innovation District!
How many online courses should I take per term?
We recommend that each student enroll in two online courses per term. However, it is up to your discretion whether you would like to enroll in one or more classes.