Microsoft software engineer degree awarded at Ohio State
Microsoft software engineering degree is awarded at the Ohio State University, where software engineer Daniel R. Rosenfeld was recently named the company’s first CTO.
The degree is in software engineering, which is a branch of computer science that focuses on the design and development of new, innovative, and commercially useful products.
It includes knowledge in software architecture, operating systems, network systems, networking and security, and other software-related fields.
Rosenfeld’s new position was announced on Nov. 4, and he was confirmed on Nov 24, two days before the presidential election.
He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Ohio State.
Romeo Ranallo, a former Microsoft executive who is now the director of the Software Engineering Institute at the University of Pittsburgh, is a graduate of the university and has been working in the industry since 1999.
He said he thought the degree was an exciting way to continue his education at Ohio.
“I thought it was a very significant step,” Ranallo said.
“I think the students who have taken the course have done a very good job of understanding the skills and what they can do.
It was a great opportunity for me.”
The university is currently seeking candidates for the new position.