What can I do with a computer science degree besides programming?
I have a Bachelor's degree in computer science. What can I do that isn't strictly programming or software development (it can involve some programming, but not where 100% of your work is coding)? Also what can I do that's outside of the IT industry? And what would I need to have or learn besides my degree to get there?
Asked By: eternus - 7/18/2009
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You can be a software tester/quality assurance engineer. This is the person who tests the computer code written by the programmers. You can use your knowledge of coding to create automated tests, but that wouldn't have to be 100% of the time. You could test manually some of the time, write test cases and test plans... More
Answered By: MavistheMaven - 7/19/2009
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I know someone with a computer science degree who is a consultant.
Answered By: Amber K - 7/18/2009
There are various job opportunities avialbale for you after computer science degree then only going for programming, a wide variety of career options such as... More
Answered By: Amy - 7/20/2009
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