What can I do with this degree?
Software and computer companies
Any large organization including:
Banks, retail chains, manufacturers,
universities, and government agencies
Management consulting firms
Contract and temporary employers
Develop strong interpersonal skills. Learn to communicate
effectively with technical and non-technical colleagues.
Gain programming experience. Many analysts begin
their careers as programmers.
Become an effective problem solver.
Take business courses. Earn an M.B.A. degree for
Plan to continually educate self on new computer lan-
guages and technology.
Gain relevant experience through internships or co-ops.
Develop an attention to detail and a flair for creativity.
Learn to work well with a team and to meet deadlines.
Supplement computer degree with courses in business,
science, or engineering.
Stay current on programming languages.
Earn a master’s degree for upper level positions.
Seek the Certified Computing Professional designation
by completing a series of exams and experiential
Banks and financial institutions
Local, state, and federal government
Installation and Maintenance
Variety of organizations and industries
Work in university computer labs.
Develop good communication skills and an interest in
Gain knowledge in a variety of computer areas including
minor programming, software, and hardware.
Stay abreast of the latest technology and software.
Earn certifications in networking and computer security.
The field of computer science is constantly changing. The area