Putting your education to work
Careers in Computer and Information Sciences
Graduates of our school can be found in a vast array of careers—from a children’s librarian to a network engineer for an international government agency or from a records manager in a federal repository to a web designer at a not-for-profit organization.
Whether it is your dream to become an archivist, the CEO of a major tech company, a software engineer, information architect, professor or something else, the School of Computing and Information is committed to preparing you for the workforce and assisting you in your job search.
Our graduates can be found working in various positions for companies across the country and around the world, including:
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Museum of Art
Johns Hopkins University
PPG Industries, Inc.
SDLC Partners, Inc.
Senator John Heinz History Center
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency