Carolina University offers a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Computer Science. The courses in the computer science program are designed to teach the foundations of computing technology. The students are prepared for the changing nature of technology.
Courses include a variety of programming languages, platforms, operating systems, and a mixture of hands on and theoretical study. Our courses start at the introductory level and progress through the expert level.
Computer Science jobs are in high demand. A successful student with a BS in computer science can easily compete for high-paying jobs in such roles as programmer, computer systems analyst, application development, system support, technical staff, database design, network administrator, and many more. The BLS reports median pay for computer network architects as $112,000, computer programmers at $86,000, and computer systems analysts at $90,000 from the 2019 data.
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