Computer Science and Information Technology students are prepared for their future careers through internships, professional networking, practice interviews, resume review, and much more.
Our students are required to complete a 3-credit internship prior to graduation. Please see your advisor for more information.
Opportunities for our computer science and network security graduates are vast, and placement rates are impressive. Graduates also go on to earn master's and doctoral degrees in computer science and engineering at graduate schools across the country.
Cybersecurity graduates have been hired as security architects, security analysts, security engineers, network administrators, and network engineers. Computer science graduates work as software engineers, system administrators, programmers or system analysts.
The SCSU Career Center provides a variety of assistance for our students as they build toward a career.