Bellevue College Continuing Education offers a full suite of software testing and quality assurance courses that can be taken as standalone units or as part of our Software Test Engineer Certificate Program. These courses train students for entry-level software testing jobs, which require workers who can successfully find software bugs and provide logical, concise written reports on them. Our courses were developed by respected software test engineers and managers to target the skills critical to success in the software testing workplace.
Learn details about our certificate program in software test engineering.
See an overview of required and elective courses in the program.
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Are you interested in software development, but not sure you want to be a programmer? Do you have an eye for detail? Do your friends call y... More »
Software quality is everyone's responsibility on the development team. Learn to implement quality from the ground-up, as well as build check... More »
Learn C# programming in a Windows environment using Visual Studio. Develop skills in designing and writing simple C# computer programs using... More »
Study C# programming in a Console environment using Visual Studio. Apply the .NET Framework and object-oriented programming principles to cr... More »
This course introduces you to the field of software testing through discussion of the tester’s role in the product cycle and hands-on labs... More »
This course explores test case development for the two most fundamental types of software testing: black box and white box. Learn the techni... More »
Create queries using a standard structured query language (SQL) that is applicable to almost any relational database. Students will get hand... More »
Take a structured approach to test case development as you plan recurring test activities and examine the product fundamentals necessary for... More »
The final class in the Software Test Engineer Certificate requires students to utilize the skills gained throughout the program. The project... More »