Ready to find out what MSU Denver can do for you? We’ve got you covered.
The Computer Science major prepares students wishing employment as a software engineer or in a technical area related to Computer Science. The demand for professionals in this field, combined with the relevant curriculum, leads many students to have full-time employment in this area prior to graduation. In addition, there are numerous opportunities for high-paying placement during college through MSU Denver’s Cooperative Education Program. Employers involved in the Cooperative Education Program often permanently hire placement students following graduation.
The following list is a representative sample of job titles for individuals with a Computer Science major. The list represents some, but certainly not all, careers which Computer Science majors may consider.
Some of these jobs also require education beyond a bachelor’s degree.
|Budget Analyst||Computer Aided-Designer||Computer Engineer|
|Computer Science Technician||Computer Security Specialist||Computer Service Technician|
|Computer Systems Analyst||Cost Engineer||Data Reduction Analyst|
|Database Administrator||Database Architect||Efficiency Expert|
|Engineering Analyst||Hardware Engineer||Information Scientist|
|Information Systems Manager||Market Researcher||Mathematician|
|Surveyor||Systems Analyst||Systems Consultant|
|Technical Salesperson||Technical Writer||Web Administrator|
Airlines Private Industries
Banking Firms Professional/Technical Journals
Census Bureau Research Firms
Colleges/Universities Software Developers
Communication Companies State/Local Grant Agencies
Computer Companies Test-Development Companies
Engineering Firms Transportation Companies
Government Agencies Weather Bureaus
The above information is collected from alumni surveys of numerous colleges, professional associations, and multiple print and online resources.