Computer Science is one of the most highly motivating and financially successful disciplines available today. It is a challenging field, constantly growing within itself, as well as expanding into other disciplines. Increase in technology and demand creates opportunities for employment in a variety of settings, such as government, corporations and businesses of all sizes, and universities. A finite list of career options in Computer Science is virtually impossible because the profession is continuously changing.

One area of Computer Science includes Engineering and Scientific Research and Development. This side of the discipline requires a more technical, theoretical, and mathematical background and provides jobs such as:

  • Software Engineering
  • Software Development
  • Communications Systems
  • Operating System Development

Another area of Computer Science, Business Information Systems, involves working for a company that is not necessarily in the computer business. It is related to in-house development and management of software systems for business operations, forecasting, marketing, accounting, personnel, and payroll, and may include jobs like these:

  • Programmer/Analyst
  • Systems Analyst
  • Database Analyst
  • Computer Management

Millersville's Computer Science program will prepare you for the future. As the Computer Science professions grow and change, the undergraduate program of study must adapt quickly. New fields of study and applications are developing rapidly. As these areas evolve, new courses are developed and existing courses adapted to include modern topics. At Millersville, we are committed to maintaining our curriculum on the forefront of technology. As a major in computer science at Millersville, you will be exposed to state-of-the-art equipment and concepts. Our instructional staff of highly motivated teachers will guide you through the courses and prepare you to join one of the most exciting and innovative professions. There are numerous co-op opportunities available to apply classroom knowledge and gain experience in a professional environment.