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On-Campus and Online Computer Science Degree Programs

Computer science degrees prepare you for innovation and research roles in the information technology (IT) industry. Computer science careers focus on applying knowledge and creativity to invent new technology. If you want to do more with computers than simply use them effectively, earning an on-campus or online computer science degree is an excellent option. A Bachelor of Science – Computer Science can get you started in this field, and a computer science master’s degree can help you advance. Request more information on computer science degrees from the schools listed below!



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Northcentral University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Florida Tech University Online

New England College

Lewis University

Boston University

Utica College

Rasmussen College

Colorado State University

Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Syracuse University

Brandman University Online

Regis University

American College in Greece
Aghia Paraskevi, Greece
Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Aquinas College
Grand Rapids, MI
Augsburg College
Minneapolis, MN

Computer Science Degrees – Job Outlook

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data indicates that the number of computer science careers should grow by about 19% through 2020, and the median annual wage for computer scientists was $102,190 in May 2012. While employment opportunities in computer science careers should be excellent overall, earning a graduate degree or an advanced computer science certificate can significantly increase your chances of landing a top position.

In-Demand Degree Spotlight: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

While software engineers and network administrators are important to the IT industry, most tech companies also need professionals who understand the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing. Gaining such knowledge starts with earning your Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Coursework includes the study of algorithms, computer architecture, computation, data structures, logic, and programming principles and paradigms. This degree takes about four years of full-time study to complete.

In-Demand Jobs Spotlight

  • Software Engineer ($90,060 median annual salary)
  • Business Analyst ($78,600 median annual salary)
  • Web Developer ($62,500 median annual salary)
  • Systems Administrator ($72,560 median annual salary)
  • Network Engineers ($91,000 median annual salary)