MEET SIJIE CHEN, a graduate from the Graduate Certificate in Software Design & Development—Class of 2017. We had the opportunity to ask Sijie why she chose the GCSDD and what she thought about her experiences as a student in the program. Sijie is an international student who completed the graduate certificate while finishing a master’s program at UW Seattle. With her education, Sijie is set to join the Amazon Web Services team as a Software Development Engineer. We invite you to read Sijie's Q&A interview.
MEET REBECCA DADLANI, a graduate from the Graduate Certificate in Software Design & Development—Class of 2016. We had the opportunity to ask Rebecca why she chose the GCSDD and what she thought about her experiences as a student in the program. Rebecca did the graduate certificate program to enhance her undergraduate education, opening up possibilities for entry into the software industry. Rebecca is now a Security Engineer at StitchFix. We invite you to read Rebecca’s Q&A interview.
MEET AARON HITCHCOCK, an alumnus of the Graduate Certificate in Software Design & Development (‘15), and the Master of Science in Computer Science & Software Engineering (‘18). Being a teacher, Aaron was encouraged to pursue further education, but he didn’t want to do a teaching master’s program. As a computer science teacher, he made the decision to follow his passion by doing the graduate certificate and is now a software engineer at Nokia. We invite you to read Aaron’s Q&A interview.
Online software certificate addresses cyber need
"Claire Jennings worked in software development, but her tech skills were self-taught. To fill the holes in her training and pick up career credentials, Jennings took the graduate certificate program in software design and development at the University of Washington Bothell."
"Another graduate student at UW Bothell, Allison Gibson got her certificate in 2015, giving her the framework she needed to start the MSCSE program. She had a computer engineering degree and work experience but had taken a long break for family reasons." Read the full UW Bothell article on Aluma Claire Jennings and Allison Gibson.