What You Will Learn
The United States Department of Labor estimates that the job growth for computer-related fields is much higher than the average growth rate for other career fields â€“ a promising outlook for Computer Science students. It projects the job growth rate to be 24 percent from 2016 â€“ 2026 for jobs in computing and IT. The New Jersey Department of Labor predicts that more than 6,800 new jobs will be added to the technology sector during this time period, a 15 percent growth.
Why Study at CCM?
The Computer Science department has a free peer-tutoring center that gives students access to help with their computing assignments. The department also has student-run clubs, including the Computer Science Club and Cyber Security Club. Both clubs are very active in enriching the studentâ€™s experiences outside the classroom.
Programmer, Database Manager, Game Developer, Web Developer, Mobile Application Developer, Systems Engineer, Software Engineer, System Analyst, Cyber Security Analyst, Data Scientist, Artificial Intelligence