Your Future Begins Here

 
The United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Projections for 2010 – 2020 shows that an overwhelming 73% of New U.S. STEM jobs through 2020 will be in Computing. Students at the USA SoC are equipped with a broad spectrum of technology and analytical skills. Our graduates have been placed in high tech companies, such as Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Cisco and Oracle, as well as local partners such as CTS, SSI, Televox and CPSI. We offer cutting edge academic programs in mainstream Computing, Cyber Security, and Healthcare Information Systems. Courses include data mining, digital forensics, risk assessment, game development, network security and more. Join us at the University of South Alabama - School of Computing and let your future begin here.
 
Computer Science
   Careers

-  Robotics
-  Game Developer
-  Programmer
-  Software Engineer
-  Animator
-  Computer Aided
    Designer
Information Systems
   Careers

-  Webmaster
-  Systems Analyst
-  Database Administrator
-  Information Technology
    Auditor
-  Data Mining
-  Project Manager
Information Technology
   Careers

-  Cyber Security
-  Webmaster
-  Digital Forensics
    Investigator
-  Network Architects
-  Support Specialist
-  Telecommunication
    Specialist
Health Informatics
   Careers

-  Health Informaticist
-  Data Analyst
-  Systems Analyst
-  Project Manager
 
 
 
Cyber Assurance
   Careers

- Cyber Security Analyst
- Secure System Developer
- Cyber Security Researcher
- Critical Infrastructure Security
 

What Our Graduates Are Saying

 
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Future Outlook for Computing Graduates

 
Why Major In Computing?

Forbes generated a 2013 report about the highest starting salaries in today's market. Computer Science is a very popular major and is placed second among most popular majors in the US.

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Source: United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Source: National Center for Education Statistics - U.S. Department of Education
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