Computer Science Department
Sonoma State UniversitySlide2
What type of person becomes a Computer Scientist?People who are:
What do Computer Science students study atSonoma State University ?Slide4
How about a minor in CS?Are there computers in your chosen field?
Would you like to learn to code?
Would knowing how to program give you an advantage in the job market over applicants who do not?
Would it be useful once working in your chosen field to be able to create your own programs?Slide5
What types of opportunities do Computer Science majors have upon graduation?Slide6
Computer science graduates are in greater demand than ever and can expect prosperous job and graduate school opportunities.
Total Yearly STEM Graduates with Bachelor’s DegreesCompared to Yearly STEM Job OpeningsSlide8
Average Salaries for Computer OccupationsU. S. Bureau of Laborhttps://www.bls.gov
Fast-Growing Occupations ByWage Category From 2018 to 2023By CareerBuilder
A Computer Science Degree Has Value
U. S. News & World ReportThe 100 Best Jobs 2019#1 Software Developerhttps://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/rankings/the-100-best-jobs
Come By The Computer Science Department In Darwin 116
Or Call (707/664-2667)
Dr. Suzanne Rivoire
And Make An Advising Appointment
CS115: (Introduction to) Programming 1
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