Employers are looking for individuals who have strong math and computer science skills and a degree in Software Development from Edinboro University.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 500,000 new jobs will
be waiting for Computer Science graduates over the next decade.
If you have what it takes to succeed in the fast-paced world of computer science but you're not yet sure of exactly what path to follow, the Software Development track might be ideal for you.
It allows you to plan for flexibility in your computer science career.
Start with a solid foundation in both math and computer science. You'll gain an in-depth
knowledge of programming and computer architecture, just like all Computer Science
majors. From there you can choose electives and an internship that are best suited
to your career interests.
By the time you graduate you'll be prepared for graduate school or work in a variety of settings.
As a student, you'll learn and grow as you spend time interning at a prestigious national lab or a successful business closer to home.
Many students fulfill their internship requirements in Erie, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo, and often accept jobs in those cities after graduation. Other graduates venture out into every corner of the world.
They're sharing their expertise and contributing to the success of companies big and small, including:
I owe a great deal of my success to my time at Edinboro, both as an undergraduate and graduate student. The opportunities offered to me in the way of internships and relationships with great Computer Science faculty helped to shape the trajectory of my career
Demand is growing, and so is the pay for graduates of high-caliber Computer Science programs like those at Edinboro University.
CareerCast.com says Software Engineer is the #8 best job in the country, with a median salary over $90,000. Your Edinboro degree can get you there.
With a bachelor's degree in Software Development, you will have what it takes to find employment in these high-demand positions:
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