Department of Computer Science and Information Technology

Careers

Opportunities for our computer science and network security graduates are many, and our placement rates are impressive.

The Career Center provides a variety of assistance for our students as they build toward a career.

The AfterCollege Job Resource Center is also a source for job opportunities.

Our recent network security 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.

Many of our graduates also go on to earn master’s and doctorate degrees in computer science and engineering at graduate schools across the country.

Our Graduates

  • Understand the underlying principles of modern computational technologies.
  • Are able to analyze problems.
  • Can apply algorithmic principles and theory.
  • Design, implement and develop software and hardware systems.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Function well in teams to accomplish a common goal.
  • Are aware of the importance of life-long learning.