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Software Development

Associate of Applied Science

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Career Opportunities 

Prepares graduates for positions in a variety of businesses and industries including computer systems design, finance, software publishing and manufacturing.


  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Information Security and Technology
  • Software Developer
  • Applications Tester
  • Computer Support Specialist

What You Will Learn

  • How to design, manage, and code logically correct operational programs. 
  • How to use your problem-solving skills to keep operating systems and technology functioning.
  • Ethical and societal issues related to software development.
  • About the software development process, digital devices, and digital logic.

Course Catalog

Flexible Courses

We have identified the best features of in-person and virtual learning, brought them together, and created an innovative and flexible education designed for the modern learner. All courses run on a two-week term calendar where learners take one course at a time. Each class meets in person regularly with day, weekend, and evening options available. In addition, courses leverage HyFlex instruction to enhance classroom learning. Using this flexible approach, learners leverage tools such as discussion boards, academic support resources, videos, and project-based assignments to demonstrate their understanding of the content. Our facility in New Gloucester, Maine, is equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms deploying cutting–edge technology, laboratories, conference rooms, co-working/study spaces, and more to support and enhance teaching and learning.

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Technical Institute for Environmental Professions
70 Farm View Drive, Suite 200
Freeport Hall – Pineland Farms
New Gloucester, Maine 04260

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