Learn to speak the language of technology in Lindenwood University's Computer Science Programs
About Computer Science at Lindenwood University
In today's world, technology can be found in almost every facet of our daily lives. From cell phones to gaming consoles, automobiles to deep space probes, even televisions and microwave ovens have computational devices embedded within them. The computing systems that are found in each of these environments have all grown faster, smaller, and cheaper as time has progressed. This rapid development of technology leads to an ever increasing demand for highly qualified individuals with a strong background in both technical and communication skills. When you choose the computer science program at Lindenwood University, you have every opportunity to succeed.
What You Can Do with a Computer Science Degree from Lindenwood University
Lindenwood University graduates with a computer science degree usually find degree related work fairly quickly after graduation. Perhaps more importantly, computer science related careers have been consistently rated among both the best compensated and most satisfying over the past several decades. In other words, a computer science degree is likely to pay dividends to our graduates for essentially their entire career. Graduates of the Lindenwood University computer science program go on to work for many businesses, including Edward Jones, Boeing, SSM Healthcare, among others. Recent graduates have also gone on to succeed in graduate school programs across the United States. Current undergraduate Computer Science majors also participate in internships with local companies and undergraduate research opportunities.
Since the computer science field contains many career paths, consulting the Occupational Outlook Handbook at the Bureau of Labor Statistics is recommended. It is an excellent resource with salary and job growth information that is invaluable as you plan your future.
Contact the Lindenwood University Computer Science Department
For more information about the Lindenwood University Computer Science degree programs, contact Robbie Beane, Mathematics and Computer Science Division Chair, at 636-949-4588 or email@example.com, or contact Renee VanDyke, Associate Professor of Computer Science, at (636) 949-4722 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Lindenwood University Admissions at 636-949-4949 or by email at email@example.com.