I am thinking of going to either UMICH, Georgia Tech, or University of Illionis at Urbana Champaign as a Industrial Engineering major and an economics minor.
I am wondering what types of companies and jobs most people get right out of undergrad with this degree. For instance, I know that from Georgia Tech, most people work in consulting companies like Deloitte and Accenture. I am wondering what the other schools' job opportunities are.
Thank you for your help in advance
Like is there any networking jobs or network security jobs?
Thanks for the info, appreciate it.
I am thinking about getting an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Management. What type of jobs could I do with this type of degree? Anything and everything you can think of would be great! Thanks!!
Ok so i am a software engineering student, at a london university, I was watching an interview by a Facebook employee and he was saying we are looking for great programmers, we have 200 hundred people in engineering.
To me a programmer is someone who can write code, but you have to tell them how to do it, to me if you are a programmer you are similar to a construction worker, you have been given a design by an architect, you have to follow that design, you wouldent know how to build something yourself.
Is this correct?
When it comes to sotware engineering,system engineering,cloud computer,software dveopment or system analyst. Is there other way to fit into thise fields without CS and CE degrees?
I just finished my Bachelor Degree in Business / Healthcare Administration and I am having a hell of a time finding a job. Maybe I'm not doing the search right?
What kind of jobs can I find with this degree?
Will I have to start at the very bottom making minimum wage? Because I find it hard to believe that somebody with a college degree has to start out making minimum wage...that's the whole reason I went to college.
Please help I'm getting desperate!
Computer Information Science
Computer Network Technology
Could someone please tell me what they are and also,
their differences and similarities. You can also
include what jobs are related to each major, salary, etc.
Please tell me asap, so I can apply to colleges,
I am a senior in high school, confused about college,
thanks in advance
I have been trying to figure out what I really want to do with my life, I love video games and think I would like this job, does anyone know what classes I have to take to become one?
I've a masters degree in computer application.I would like to become a database administrator. What should I learn?
I am from Georgia, and i would like to get a bba or mba in accounting or finance and become a financial analyst and cpa but i will be dual enrolling as a senior (c/o 2013) so i need some options or advice on what i need to do and when would be the best time to apply if my credits will transfer etc.... Please and thank you
I enjoy programming, and especially creating graphics and editing and enhancing photos in photoshop. I also enjoy creating web pages. I'm not as knowledgeable in the actual hardware of computers and how they work, I mean I could probably take one apart into its basic components and reassemble it if I needed to, but I'm not that experienced. I've worked with C++ in programming, photoshop in photo editing, and HTML and CSS in web design. I like doing them all, but I want to know which field offers the greatest opportunity for making money. Would I be better in computer engineering or one of those other ones?
Thanks in advance,
I love computers but they are outsourcing a lot of jobs out of the country. Yet the healthcare field is booming. Is there a career that combines these 2 fields that would be resistant to outsourcing?
I am very interested in the subjects of history and geography, and I was just wondering, what are some careers that involve them, besides a history teacher?
I am entering my senior year of my BS in computer science so its starting to hit me that the real world is just around the corner. I still don't know exactly what I want to do with my degree. I am decent at coding but it is not something I really enjoy doing. I am real interested in getting an MBA degree so I could maybe do IT management or something like that at some point. If you have a degree in CS would you mind telling me what your job is, what a normal day is like, and if you don't mind your yearly salary as well? Thanks!
I want to join the navy, and I'm positive I will score high on the computer part of the ASVAB, and I want to, I want to get my degree in CIS which is software programming, I'm just curious do these people get deployed often? I know its pretty random, but the job has some thing to do with it.
how long are u out at sea after boot camp?
Do they even have time to spend time with family, spend 70?f their days at work?
I have 5+ yrs experience in IT industry. In the coming months, I will be assigned to a project where my role will be architect. I want to know, what exactly an architect do in software development? Is there any site which can help me out?
There is so many opinions out there about what the difference is between these two and which one has more oppurtunities and so on. I would love to know what the most direct difference is between these two fields, they seem so similar. Obviously the name Operations Manager hints at managing, but to me it seems like it is a more business-like approach to industrial engineering.
A place I am applying to is asking for a cover letter to be emailed along with my resume... Help?
Example computer engineer i would like to know more about this one and others.