I am a college student, declared in the electrical engineering major. I don't have a 3.0 at the moment but I would like to work in a field specific to my major and skills that I have acquired. Do you have any suggestions what kind of companies or places hire students with a GPA around 2.5?
I ask this because I am a electrical engineering major and I don't have a 3.0 GPA, which seems to be the threshold for most companies looking to hire college students. I would like to apply for most companies but I do not meet this requirement. I want to note that I usually don't meet this requireme
I am planning on forwarding my education into getting a degree at Radford University, so I was wondering what they would require in terms of classes and certifications.
If school does not offer computer science as a subject to study at A-Level, what are the best subjects to study in preparation for a computer science degree?
Studying computer science, 95% of the students are male and it isn't rare to be talked down to by male students on the occasion. I was wondering how it is in the workplace if it is mainly a male environment?
Obviously gaining industry experience before graduating is great but how important would you rate it? Would it strongly differentiate between two potential candidates? How valued for a graduate job would it be? Even if the experience isn't completely relevant to the job. Are graduates looked down up
I'm a sophomore in college, and I attended a career fair a few days ago. I talked to a lot of recruiters and many of them gave me their business cards so I could keep in touch in them or ask them any questions. I'm not sure how I would follow up with them, or what I should say, and I would love to h
I'm curious whether it would make more sense to sell my TI-84 when I'm done with the math classes for my degree, or to hold onto it.
I'm a beginner at programming and would like to know some resources that would hopefully help me practice some programming skills that I will be learning in my comp sci classes.
I'll be starting my first CS class this coming semester and I'm just wondering if I would be fine in the class without any prior programming experience.
I'm currently interested in majoring in both of them and am wondering how I would be able to mix the two of them.
I struggle trying to create simple algorithms. For instance, I would spend almost an entire day trying to figure out how to print an inverse right triangle with asterisks in my computer programming class while my fellow peers would solve it in 30 mins.
Really interested to experience CS in another country to see how different or similar it is from the US
Thought it would be nice to study another subject along with my major
I'm currently in 12th grade and looking for internships but a majority require some knowledge and usually require you to already have a Bachelors. I'm trying to get experience before I enter college and is hard to do so I'll have a better understanding as I take the Computer Science course.
I want to know what kind of jobs are competitive in this field.
I want to know what kind of jobs that most people go for with a computer science degree after graduating.
I'm a second year computer science major in college, and I'm curious as to what a typical day of a software engineer is like. Do you usually work by yourself coding for 8 hours a day, or are you working together with other engineers to program something?
I am really thinking about going to graduate school in the future so I want to start preparing for that right now by knowing more about these schools and how I can increase my chances of getting in.
I recently changed my major to computer science due to my interest in programming. But, I also want to know what are some of the career options I can consider in the future. I have heard about computer science students working in the GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and in the Astronomy field. T
I would like to know what's the best college to get a Computer Science degree.
im 13 a know im young to be on a career website but i want to work in cyber security. knowing my school does not have computer science i am self teaching my self Linux and python so i can know basic knowledge of cyber security. but can i get in two a college or university by being self taught with o
My high school has recently started up a computer science program, and I'm thinking of taking a few classes. What kind of stuff do you do as a computer engineer? Should I get into it even if I'm not very technologically adept?
There are a lot of job opportunities with a Master's degree in computer science. However, most jobs on job hunting websites seem to be rather boring (not only to me, but to my peers as well). How do I find either a really mentally challenging job or a kind of job that benefits the world somehow (eve
Hi, I am a high school senior. The 4-year college I will be attending offers Information Systems and Computer Science degrees. The college I am attending also offers IS and CS minors.
However, my goal is to get a job in Information Technology. I am very gifted in math and science-related subjects an
I like Programming especially HTML ,CSS !
And i hear that the pay is good and there a lot of jobs out for computer science students.
What industry has bigger growth and more opportunities for young people? Also, what are the advantages of each field in terms of professional growth and overall job quality?
Do you find the place you work at stressful or comforting? Any windows? Lots of room or are you in a cubicle? I would like to have an understanding of how the working atmosphere will likely be within the computer science field.
I would like to know how major a computer science degree can be when it comes to your career. I hear that it's better to go to college and study for a degree and thus you'll get a better job with better pay. I also hear many people say that they've never gone to college and they still have a very re
I am in the top 1% in my class and I initially wanted to be an engineer, but that changed as i really loved coding in school. Writing codes and understanding them come easy to me and I really like the idea of a big open market in which a programmer can to gain attention from applications that benefi