Become part of the world's ongoing tech revolution.
Technology is the driving force behind modern daily life. Social media, mobile payments, and the "internet of things" have proven to be essential tools for our personal and professional lives, and the future promises an even more interconnected world. Demand for tech talent remains high, with excellent job outlooks for data analysts, software developers, web programmers, and network architects.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that computer and informational technology jobs will grow by 13% from 2016 to 2026. That's 5,400 more jobs with a median salary of $114,520 -- 67% more than the national average salary.
At ODU, you will learn from a unique curricular model that applies computer science education to the real world. In addition, we offer a set of courses to professionals who need supplementary experience.
- Applications Architect
- Applications Development Engineer
- Information Systems Security Analyst
- Software Engineer
- Network Architect
- Data Warehouse Analyst
- Data Architect
- UX Designer
- Database Manager
- Software Manager
- Software Quality Assurance
- Business Intelligence Analyst
- Cloud Architect
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Dominion Enterprises
- University of California - Berkeley
- Los Alamos National Laboratory
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I attribute my success in finding a job to working in [the labs]. The real-world applications...allowed me to get quite a few job offers.
Manager of Data Science
M.S., August 2016