UCO ranks among best for software engineering – Journal Record

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The University of Central Oklahoma earns high marks for its software engineering program based on factors such as affordability, student retention and graduation rates, and starting salaries of graduates, analysts say. (Courtesy photo)
EDMOND – The University of Central Oklahoma has earned top rankings among universities for its software engineering program.
According to BestAccreditedColleges.org, UCO earned high marks for the overall excellence of its program as well as for its affordability.
HQUniversity, another online resource for college students, also recently gave UCO a high ranking for its software engineering program.
According to a release, UCO was the only higher education institution in the state recognized on both lists.
Factors considered by the organizations included affordability, admission rate, retention rate, graduation rate, graduating salary, programs offered, loan default rate, reputation, and expert opinion. They referred to U.S. Department of Education data in drawing conclusions.
“We have long believed that one of our core competitive strengths compared to our peers is that we offer high-quality programs at a reasonable cost to our students,” Gang Qian, chairperson and professor in the Department of Computer Science at Central, said. “The computer science faculty will continue their efforts in bringing more cost-effective, affordable programs that align with the information technology industry’s needs to our students and other stakeholders.”
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