Those who earn a degree in computer science will be able to find employment in various industries. There are many skills that will be taught in this degree program including workflow analysis, computer architecture, and computer networking. Students will be able to take these skills learned and apply them to various positions within IT departments, computer consulting firms, and non-profit organizations. Being able to work with both computers and software is a valuable skill.
Computer science will give students an overview of computer networking and will prepare them for entering into an entry level or mid-level management career. As companies begin to rely even more on computers, those who are able to manage them will be in demand. Courses in this degree program include software engineering, object analysis and design, business processes, and computer networking. Understanding how computers work and the different components that go into powering them will help students throughout their career.