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If there’s any profession whose work is truly on the cutting edge, it’s that of the computer scientist. Computer scientists are the professionals who research, design, and create new technology and computer systems. They look for ways to design better computer systems to solve IT problems for businesses or clients, and they also produce innovative consumer goods. The type of information technology the computer scientist works with depends on their educational background and professional interests. Some work with virtual reality, computer chips, robotics, or software systems. Computer scientists make be employed in private firms or with colleges and universities. Those in academic settings are more likely to work on computer theory, while the research at private firms tends to be narrower and have more immediate practical or business applications.

Most information and computer scientists have a PhD degree in a relevant area, such as computer science, electrical engineering, or computer engineering. These intensive degree programs require that students conduct a large research project over a period of years, the results of which are documented in their dissertation. Applicants to these programs will need at least a bachelor’s degree in a computer or information science area.

The work of computer scientists is only growing in importance, as technology becomes more ingrained in business and everyday life. Because of this, job growth for computer scientists should be excellent in the coming years, and qualified applicants should have very good job prospects. Particular industries, such as software publishing and computer systems design, will be hiring a disproportionate number of new computer scientists. The middle half of computer scientists earn $75,000-124,000 a year.

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Capella University Annual Tuition $12,348 Recommend Rate Add Review
261 Programs, 3 in Computer Science (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • MS - Analytics
  • MS - Digital Forensics
  • MS - Network Defense
Arizona State University Annual Tuition $11,209 - $23,654 Recommend Rate 75% (4 reviews)
162 Programs, 2 in Computer Science (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BAS in Internet & Web Development
  • MS in Global Technology and Development
Saint Leo University Online Annual Tuition $19,920 Recommend Rate 100% (3 reviews)
60 Programs, 3 in Computer Science (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BS in Computer Information Systems
  • BS in Computer Science
  • BS in Cybersecurity
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Abilene Christian University
Campuses: Abilene
Annual Tuition $28,350 Recommend Rate Add Review
Abraham Lincoln University
Campuses: Los Angeles
Annual Tuition $7,500 Recommend Rate Add Review
Air Force Institute of Technology
Campuses: Wright Patterson AFB
Annual Tuition $16,944 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alabama State University
Campuses: Montgomery
Annual Tuition $15,656 Recommend Rate Add Review
Albion College
Campuses: Albion
Annual Tuition $36,051 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alderson Broaddus University
Campuses: Philippi
Annual Tuition $22,740 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allan Hancock College
Campuses: Santa Maria
Annual Tuition $6,666 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allegheny College
Campuses: Meadville
Annual Tuition $39,100 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allen County Community College
Campuses: Iola, Burlingame
Annual Tuition $2,304 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alma College
Campuses: Alma
Annual Tuition $32,660 Recommend Rate Add Review
American River College
Campuses: Sacramento
Annual Tuition $7,200 Recommend Rate Add Review
American Sentinel University
Campuses: Aurora
Annual Tuition $9,725 Recommend Rate 50% (2 reviews)
Amherst College
Campuses: Amherst
Annual Tuition $46,574 Recommend Rate Add Review
Anderson University
Campuses: Anderson
Annual Tuition $26,280 Recommend Rate Add Review
Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Campuses: Coon Rapids
Annual Tuition $5,005 Recommend Rate Add Review
Appalachian State University
Campuses: Boone
Annual Tuition $18,670 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arapahoe Community College
Campuses: Littleton, Castle Rock, Parker
Annual Tuition $11,961 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arizona State University
Campuses: Tempe, Glendale, Scottsdale, Mesa, ...
Annual Tuition $11,209 - $23,654 Recommend Rate 75% (4 reviews)
Ashland University
Campuses: Ashland
Annual Tuition $29,836 Recommend Rate Add Review
Ashworth College
Campuses: Online
Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate Add Review
Ashworth College (Canada)
Campuses: Online
Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate Add Review
Augsburg College
Campuses: Minneapolis
Annual Tuition $33,209 Recommend Rate Add Review
Augustana College - IL
Campuses: Rock Island
Annual Tuition $35,835 Recommend Rate Add Review
Augustana University - SD
Campuses: Sioux Falls
Annual Tuition $28,630 Recommend Rate Add Review
Aurora University
Campuses: Aurora
Annual Tuition $20,720 Recommend Rate Add Review
Austin College
Campuses: Sherman
Annual Tuition $33,830 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baker College Center for Graduate Studies
Campuses: Flint
Annual Tuition $10,800 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baker College of Auburn Hills
Campuses: Auburn Hills
Annual Tuition $8,100 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baker College of Cadillac
Campuses: Cadillac
Annual Tuition $8,100 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baker College of Clinton Township
Campuses: Clinton Township
Annual Tuition $8,100 Recommend Rate Add Review

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