Current and emerging technologies are growing rapidly, generating a need for adaptive, knowledgeable professionals in the computer science field. If you’re interested in using the latest technology to push boundaries, work on projects that challenge you and solve complex problems, Troy University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program can lead you to a promising, rewarding career.
Earn your computer science degree in person, online or in a hybrid format. TROY also offers this program at its partner campuses in Vietnam and Malaysia. For more information about program availability and delivery call 1-800-414-5756.
In addition to the individual and team projects you’ll work on in your TROY courses, you’ll also have the opportunity to gain practical experience through computer science internships. You’ll network with industry professionals and learn concepts directly applicable to your future career.
TROY’s Computer Science Department helps students connect with public and private companies in several industries. Students in TROY’s bachelor’s in computer science program have completed internships with Medicare, CGI, Alfa Insurance and the IRS, to name a few.
You’ll be well-equipped to pursue a wide range of computer science careers by building a strong foundation in computer science principles along with receiving hands-on experience in programming languages, data structures, algorithms, software engineering, computer organization, databases and computer networking.
After earning your computer science degree, you can go on to pursue a wide range of career paths, including software development, database administration, cyber security, network architecture, web development, artificial intelligence and more. Whether you want to work in business, health care or government, you’ll have numerous options from which to choose.
Earning a computer science degree can be a significant decision — and fruitful next step toward your career. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), computer and information technology occupations are projected to grow 15% over the next 10 years, which is much faster than average. The BLS estimates this growth will lead to about 682,000 new jobs. As of May 2021, the median wage for computer and information technology jobs was $97,430.
In TROY’s computer science bachelor’s program, you’ll work with a variety of software and hardware, including programming languages like C++, Java or Python, database management systems, virtual machines, cloud computing platforms and more.
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