Our graduates can be found working in various positions for companies across the country and around the world, including Google, Amazon, Apple, BNY Mellon, IBM, PNC, and Schell Games. They’re also continuing their studies in competitive graduate programs domestic and abroad.
With an undergraduate post-graduate success rate of 95% in 2021, combined with the current labor market, it’s safe to say that there is no shortage of opportunities for School of Computing and Information graduates.
Please find information below regarding post-graduate outcome rates, as well as additional ways to research SCI graduate career paths and salaries.
Pitt’s Career Center distributes a post-graduate survey to all undergraduate seniors and recent grads on an annual basis. Using this information, they maintain a dashboard that provides information regarding each school’s post-graduate success rate, examples of where students are working or attending graduate school, as well as the location and median salary (if applicable).
Please note that the survey is not mandatory, and the level of participation varies each year.
The graduate exit survey is currently undergoing an upgrade and data will be available soon.
To further delve into where SCI students are working, please visit Pitt’s LinkedIn alumni search here.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
To inquire into the types of roles a degree from the School of Computing and Information could prepare someone for, please visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics for occupational and salary information.