As part of the IS curriculum, a special attention is paid to professionalism and interpersonal skills, factors that Heather Prosser recognizes will play a role in her career. “The important thing to remember when studying, improving, and communicating about technology is that ultimately people are involved,” she explains.
This real-world and human focus has paid off for Heather. In fact, when she walked across the stage at Stevenson’s graduation in May 2011, she already had the first week at her first job under her belt. After receiving two full-time job offers prior to commencement, she is now employed as a software engineer at Lockheed Martin.
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