Computer science is the study of computer technology, both hardware and software. Computer science majors are exposed to areas such as robotics, artificial intelligence, computer programming, data analysis, web design, cybersecurity and gaming technology. Jobs in the field of computer science include, but certainly aren’t limited to:
Writes instructional code for computers so software applications can function correctly.
Corporate web developer
Designs slick websites with the latest web features for high-profile companies.
Database administrator (DBA)
Maintains databases, a collection of structured information, to ensure they run efficiently and securely.
Information security analyst
Keeps an organization’s computer network secure and protects them from cyber attacks.
Uses creativity to design, develop and test software.
Uses engineering principles to build software programs.
Telecommunications engineering specialist
Keeps people connected by designing voice, video and data systems.
Computer network administrator
Maintains an organization's system of computer networks.
Computer science professor
Teaches students various aspects of computer science.
Conducts computer research, develops new products, solves computing problems and more.
Computer systems analyst
Architects solutions to help computer networks run better.
Information technology manager (IT manager)
Responsible for the IT systems and needs of a company that allow business processes and activities to run smoothly.]