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Computer science is the study of processing information using computers. It includes both theoretical and applied topics such as higher math, algorithms, computational processes, computer design, software design and huma... More »

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Take computer science courses for credit at a college or university. Many community colleges offer quality computer science courses at prices much lower than four-year schools. Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, avai... More »

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Jobs in the computer science field require computer savvy skills, such as coding and programming. To say that computer science is difficult is simply not true. With time and dedication, skills in the field can be learned... More »

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Computer science is a major that rewards a difficult course of study with excellent pay and ample job opportunities. As of May 2014, computer science majors had an average starting salary of nearly $60,000. The Bureau of... More »

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Students could focus on comparing how several search engines work, build their own computers, make apps that would include their school or community, create or remodel websites, design a new programming language or exami... More »

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Computer science graduates may work as software engineers, computer engineers, systems analysts or network architects. They may also move on to management positions once they have gained some work experience. More »

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