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MS in Computer Science: Engineer Your Future

With a degree from the top-ranked Case School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, it’s no surprise that our bright and talented graduates secure jobs at top companies, including the “who’s who” of tech companies.

Career Opportunities with an MS in Computer Science

The current landscape for a career in computer science is robust. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual salary for a computer and information research scientist in 2019 was $122,400, and the average job rate is projected to grow by 15% between 2019 and 2029.1

According to code.org, there are approximately 433,116 open computing jobs nationwide.2

1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Computer and Information Research Scientists.

2. Code.org

Projected Average Earnings

Job titles available to Online MSCS graduates could include:

Job Title

Average Salary

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Software Development Engineer

$92,046

Computer Scientist

$99,050

Big Data Engineer

$102,864

Quantitative Analyst

$106,751

Data Scientist

$113,309

Machine Learning Software Engineer

$114,121

Senior Software Engineer

$121,521

Senior Software Architect

$123,548

Senior Data Scientist

$134,222

Source: Glassdoor, 2020

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