Software Development

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We are currently accepting applications for the BAS Software Development for Fall 2024. Review important deadlines.

From healthcare to finance, retail to transportation, the influence of software and artificial intelligence impacts every industry, driving transformative changes and reshaping the way we work, communicate, and live.

The Software Development program at Bellevue College is designed to meet the demands of the rapidly evolving tech industry and empowers students with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in this dynamic and ever-expanding field. Students can choose from certificate, associate, and bachelor’s degree options depending on their career goals and individual needs.

With curriculum updated every year to meet industry demands, each degree pathway provides graduates with broad technical skills and project-based learning, as well as specialized knowledge in either application development, artificial intelligence, or game development.

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Applied Learning


Instructors focus on teaching students hands-on technical skills. All bachelor’s students are required to complete a capstone project or internship prior to graduating.

Educational Value


Tuition costs for baccalaureate degrees at Bellevue College are significantly lower than other four-year degree programs at state universities.

Financial assistance


All bachelor’s, associate, and certificate courses are financial aid eligible and Worker Retraining program approved.



Our bachelor’s programs are cohort-based emphasizing student collaboration and team building. Get to know your faculty, fellow students, and program advisors.

Fully accredited


Bellevue College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), a regional accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

BC Reputation


Faculty meet twice a year with advisory committee members to ensure curriculum is relevant and up-to-date in order to meet industry standards.

Software Development is an academic program and part of the Bellevue College School of Business and Technology. Website manager is Alysa Kelsey.