Employers pay top dollar for educated computer science professionals who optimize technology within organizations. Brenau’s online Bachelor of Science in Computer Science prepares you to meet this nationwide demand, even if you have no programming or coding background. This degree will help you:
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Over the course of this 120-credit program, you’ll take a variety of classes that teach both hard, career-focused skills, as well as soft, interpersonal skills in communications and ethics.
Computer science students may choose ANY online course offered at Brenau as an elective, so long as they have taken the necessary prerequisites. This way, you can tailor your experience to your specific interests. Depending on your career goals, you may be interested in:
“We’re excited to prepare students for graduate work and careers in computer science as they shape their learning experience to optimally serve as global leaders within the profession.”
— Jim Eck, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President, Academic Affairs
Study when–and where–it’s convenient for you.
All of our professors hold a Computer Science degree at the master’s or doctorate level.
We’ll take up to 65 of your credits.
To learn more about what it’s like to take college courses online, call an enrollment coach: 866.239.4762
The recent impact of COVID-19 has many colleges hurrying to create online classes. At Brenau, our online degrees are anything but hurried. With our 20+ years of experience perfecting an accelerated online curriculum, you can rest assured you’re in expert hands.
When you graduate from Brenau, your computer science degree will have prepared you in ways that a bootcamp won’t. Specifically, you’ll gain leadership skills that will qualify you for high-paying positions and management opportunities in computer science, software development and programming, or further graduate studies.
Plus, because Brenau is a university, you can use financial aid to help pay for your tuition—an option you may not have at most bootcamps.
Georgia Salary: $111,800
National Salary: $113,200
Interpret large amounts of data to find patterns and relevant business insights.
Duties include: mining, cleansing and verifying data, analyzing findings to better support company goals and translating complicated data for key decision-makers.
Georgia Salary: $61,600
National Salary: $65,800
Ensure the functionality of websites according to client needs and goals.
Duties include: building and testing websites across browsers and devices, implementing website and data security protections and analyzing site performance.
Georgia Salary: $84,100
National Salary: $83,500
Maintain and improve upon computer systems for an organization.
Duties include: designing new computer systems, collaborating with other IT staff and programmers to resolve issues and presenting plans to stakeholders for approval.
Salary data via Burning Glass Technologies
You don’t have to pay for your degree entirely on your own—take advantage of the variety of financial aid options available, including: