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Why Study Computer Science?

Computer Science and Information Technology (IT) are great fields of study if you enjoy critical thinking and problem solving. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer science and information technology jobs are in high demand*. This demand is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations.* This increase is expected to result in about 682,800 new jobs between 2021 and 2031.*

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Computer Programming

A computer programmer builds, writes, tests, troubleshoots and maintains source code of computer programs or applications. This source code is written in a programming language so that the computer can understand it. The GUI works as a translater between the user and the code.

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Database Administration

Database Administrators work with specialized types of software to store, organize and structure a companies data. This could include financial numbers, payroll data, or customer shipping records or mailing lists.

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Web Development

Web developers build websites for intranet or internet. Web developers may work on front end development like HTML, CSS and Javascript, or may build more complex sites by working in back end web development.

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What Can You Do with a Computer Science Degree?

The median annual salary for computer science and IT occupations is $97,430*. Undergraduate degrees may lead to a career as a software developer, database administrator, computer programmer, computer network architect, or information security analyst, among others. Advanced degrees, such as a master’s in computer science can lead to leadership roles or a computer and information research scientist.*

*Job Outlook data sourced from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2022. Based on national data, not school-specific information. Conditions in your area may vary. Last Visited 2/2023.

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