Data analysis, computation and mathematics all factor into making our lives function smoothly. Technologies such as the remote control and online banking were successful due to computer science. UND’s accredited computer science program won't only provide you with computer skills, but also problem solving skills.
A degree in Computer Science is built upon problem solving, precision, creativity and careful reasoning. By working with an academic advisor, you’ll develop a plan of study that’s right for you and your educational goals. Some courses you'll take are:
- Algorithms and Data Structures
- Computer Architecture
- Operating Systems
- Organization of Programming Languages
UND works with public and private agencies to provide cooperative education opportunities for students in career-related work environments. Before you even graduate, you’ll have the chance to experience the industry first-hand working as a real computer scientist. The expertise and experience you can gain from these programs is unparalleled.
The Computer Science Department works closely with the student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery, and the local chapter of the Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society to offer you involvement opportunities on campus.
With job placement rates above 90%, graduates of the computer science program can be confident that you’ll find a career right for you. Post-graduation career opportunities are unique for computer science graduates. Some common careers include:
- Software engineer
- Database administrator
- System/Network administrator
- Systems programming
- Software development
- Hardware design
- Application programming
- Web designer
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