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343 students earned CompSci degrees in District of Columbia in the 2018-2019 year.

A Computer Science major is the 1st most popular major in this state.

Education Levels of Computer Science Majors in District of Columbia

CompSci majors in the state tend to have the following degree levels:

Education Level Number of Grads
Master’s Degree 188
Bachelor’s Degree 134
Doctor’s Degree (Other) 19
Doctor’s Degree (Research / Scholarship) 19
Doctor’s Degree (Professional Practice) 19
Award Taking 1 to 2 Years 1
Award Taking 2 to 4 Years 1
Post-Master’s Certificate 1
Postbaccalaureate Certificate 1

Gender Distribution

In District of Columbia, a compsci major is more popular with men than with women.

Computer Science Majors in DC Gender Diversity Statistics

Racial Distribution

The racial distribution of compsci majors in District of Columbia is as follows:

  • Asian: 5.5%
  • Black or African American: 3.5%
  • Hispanic or Latino: 4.1%
  • White: 24.2%
  • Non-Resident Alien: 59.2%
  • Other Races: 3.5%
Computer Science Majors in DC Ethnic Diversity Statistics

Jobs for Computer Science Grads in District of Columbia

In this state, there are 32,390 people employed in jobs related to a compsci degree, compared to 2,790,990 nationwide.

Computer Science Jobs Nationwide vs. DC

Wages for Computer Science Jobs in District of Columbia

In this state, compsci grads earn an average of $115,610. Nationwide, they make an average of $96,200.

jobs nationwide vs. state.

There are 5 colleges in District of Columbia that offer compsci degrees. Learn about the most popular 5 below:

214 Degrees in Major Awarded
83% Graduation Rate
27,814 Total Students

Most students complete their degree in 4.11 years. In their early career, GWU grads earn an average salary of $53,600. 81% of students get financical aid.


Georgetown University

69 Degrees in Major Awarded
94% Graduation Rate
19,593 Total Students

The full-time teacher rate is 48%. Of all the students who attend this school, 53% get financial aid. The 1.20% student loan default rate is lower than average.

24 Degrees in Major Awarded
69% Graduation Rate
5,771 Total Students

The student loan default rate is 2.50% which is lower than average. It takes the average student 4.13 years to graduate. In their early career, CUA grads earn an average salary of $47,100.

19 Degrees in Major Awarded
34% Graduation Rate
4,199 Total Students

The average student takes 4.82 years to complete their degree at University of the District of Columbia. The student to faculty ratio is 10 to 1. A typical student attending University of the District of Columbia will pay a net price of $16,482.


American University

17 Degrees in Major Awarded
81% Graduation Rate
14,318 Total Students

11 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio. The full-time teacher rate is 56%. This private school has an average net price of $34,617.

Computer Science Careers in DC

Some of the careers compsci majors go into include:

Job Title DC Job Growth DC Median Salary
Information Security Analysts 35% $117,850
Software Applications Developers 34% $113,750
Computer and Information Research Scientists 22% $126,280
Systems Software Developers 18% $115,500
Computer Network Support Specialists 16% $84,130
Web Developers 12% $86,580
Computer Workers 8% $118,800
Computer and Information Systems Managers 7% $162,010
Computer Science Professors 6% $105,970
Computer Programmers -3% $106,150

Below are some popular majors in the state that are similar to compsci.

Major Annual Graduates in DC
Information Technology 276
Computer Information Systems 228
Information Science 155
Computer Software Applications 104
Data Processing 2
Computer Systems Analysis 2

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