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Computer Science

Consider a computer science profession
Computer science graduates work with people to develop innovative ways to harness the power of computing. You will maintain computer and network security, debug computer programs, create websites, design software, protect sensitive information, and analyze data.

Is computer science right for you?
Individuals who work in computer science fields must have good analytical and communication skills, work well with coworkers and customers, and be creative and detail-oriented. Computer science graduates are likely to work on both team and individual projects.

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Internships
Internships allow you to apply classroom knowledge to real-world settings. Many internships are initiated by employers, but you may seek out and develop your own opportunities as well. Internships may be full time, part time, or project oriented. All internships provide hands-on learning opportunities and may lead to offers of employment.
Employment outlook
Employment opportunities for computer science graduates are expected to grow faster than average for most occupations in the next decade. Rapid job growth is predicted through 2022 in software development, information security, and other areas.
Learn with us
In addition to general education requirements, computer science offers options in:
  • Computer security
  • Database design/administration
  • Software development/engineering
  • System administration and web programming
  • Preparation for graduate school
Job opportunities
Computer science graduates can work in:
  • High-technology companies and startups
  • Finance, consulting and insurance
  • Information and communications
  • Healthcare, medical devices, and pharmaceuticals
  • Marketing and sales
  • Entertainment and hospitality

Experienced faculty
Faculty in the Department of Math and Computer Science use their expertise to train computer scientists, mathematicians, and math teachers, while providing coursework to meet general education requirements.

Accreditation
Minot State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.