Some of the most exciting and promising areas of Computer Science lie in the ability to extract insight out of extremely large sets of data and deliver those insights to businesses and consumers in real time over web and mobile applications. In this program you will develop the multi-disciplinary skillset required to solve these and many other problems. This program will provide you with a solid foundation in Computer Science and prepare you to join one of the fastest moving and exciting areas of technology.

Degree: BS in Computer Science
Option: Web and Mobile Software Development
Computer Science Faculty

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Potential career options in Computer Science:

Use the career exploration resources to learn about the potential career options below.
(some occupations may require further education/licensure)

Actuary
Application Developer
Business Analyst
Comptroller
Compiled Systems Engineer
Computer Programmer
Computer Scientist
Consultant
Controls Engineer
Chief Technology Officer
Database Administrator
Embedded Software Engineer
Hardware Engineer
Interfase Programmer
IT Consultant
IT Specialist
IT Manager
Mobile Application Developer
Mobile Games Engineer
Mobile Software Developer
Network Administrator
Network Engineer
Project Manager
Quality Control Manager
Software Engineer
Software Developer
Support Specialist
Systems Administrator
Systems Analyst
Systems Engineer
Technical Writer
Web Developer

Where are OSU Computer Science alumni working?

(Data obtained from LinkedIn)

Associate Software Engineer, PacificSource Health Plans
Quality Assurance Engineer, Electrical Geodesics, Inc.
Lead Software Developer, Quote Software
Application Engineer, IDX, LLC
Remote Product Specialist, Symantec
Technical SEO Lead, G5 Search Marketing
Software Engineer, CBT Nuggets
Web Designer, Juniper Web Designs
Application Developer, PeaceHealth
Software Architect, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
Senior Application Developer, Bi-Mart Corporation
Controls Engineer, H2 PowerTech

Where have OSU students participated in experiential learning (internships/research/etc.)?

 

Job Search:

In addition to our general job, internship, and volunteer search resources, below are some industry specific resources to help you search for opportunities in Computer Science. Don't forget the important process of researching employers and networking with professionals in companies/organizations that you are interested in.

Graduate School:

In addition to our general Graduate/Professional School resources, utilize the following resources for researching advanced degrees in Computer Science.

Professional Associations:

Involvement in professional associations can expand your network, keep you up to date on current trends in the field, and give you access to additional job and internship opportunities.

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