Where Can Computer Science Take You?

Computer Science provides an understanding of computers, software and the relationship between those.

Computer science can lead to a very wide range of careers and there are many different paths that it can take you to. There’s development in many languages or software, there’s hacking or you could even create a new programming language. Maybe you’d like to teach others and share your knowledge. Computer science can help you end up in an office, a classroom, working for the police or even in Google’s headquarters. There are many courses to expand and increase your knowledge of computer science that will help you end up in the line of work you want to be in.

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Victoria University

© "The School of Engineering and Computer Science was formed in response to a growing need for fully-qualified digital engineers. It brings together the best of engineering and computer science from a well-established group of computer science, engineering and mathematics academic staff."

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Otago University

© "Our graduates find that a multitude of professions are open to them - in the legal, financial and business fields through to games development, software engineering and computer graphics. Our department has been recognised for the quality of academic support provided to students."

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Canterbury University

© "The department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE) at the University of Canterbury has a strong international reputation. It teaches courses that are reviewed regularly against international standards, and its graduates are in strong demand."

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Auckland University

© "The course includes learning how computers and computer systems work (systems software, programming languages etc.), how computers manage information (algorithms, data structures etc.), about the applications of computers in society and about the limits of computers."