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Become part of an elite global software development team in this unique dual-degree program between Gannon University and the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences in Esslingen, Germany. We offer an innovative educational experience with a powerful global dimension in software engineering for students who are seeking a competitive edge. Leverage your success when you earn degrees in software engineering or computer science and software technology in only five years.
Gain real-world knowledge through key software engineering courses including:
Mobile Application Development I and II: Learn methods and tools for developing mobile applications for integrated devices, including coding and development on the major mobile platforms, unit testing, source code control and the development of prototype applications.
Business Intelligence: Master concepts of intelligent decision support, including implementing theoretical approaches to economic and technical decision support in real systems.
Information Systems: Design and implement database applications through projects implementing data models.
Our international software engineering program is designed for your success. Through curriculum flexibility and high quality educational opportunities, you can:
“Throughout your education at Gannon, you will have opportunities to participate in actual, real-life field work, internships and research projects. The work you’ll do with amazing faculty will send you into the workforce ready to take on serious but fascinating challenges.”
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Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Stephen FrezzaProfessorDirector, SEID ProgramsChairperson
Mark BlairAssistant Professor
Joshua NwokejiAssociate Professor
Michael BeiterAdjunct Lecturer
Earl BriegerAdjunct Lecturer
Brian CamodecaAdjunct Lecturer
John CoffmanAdjunct Lecturer
Brian CollingwoodAdjunct Lecturer
Robbie GinnAdjunct Lecturer
Joseph KwashnakAdjunct Lecturer
Richard LambAdjunct Lecturer
David MarinoAdjunct Lecturer
Brian McIntyreAdjunct Lecturer
Adam NogajAdjunct Lecturer
Brad RhodesAdjunct Lecturer