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How to Become a Software Engineer: What You Need to Know

With so much of today's business landscape relying more and more on technology, software engineers have become highly sought-after positions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that software developer jobs will grow by 17% through 2024 (much faster than the national average).1 We've broken down a few tips on how to become a software engineer below.

Demand for Cybersecurity Experts is Growing Faster than Supply

Computer hackers are getting better. Their ability to unleash harmful viruses or expose personal identifiable information has created a need for an entirely new job sector: cybersecurity experts.1 But the supply of trained cybersecurity professionals doesn’t even come close to meeting the demand—and the divide is getting wider every day.1  

What to Know Before Starting a Doctoral Degree Program at CTU

Thinking of getting a doctoral degree? Here’s what to know about earning the highest level of academic achievement at CTU.

What can you do with a Computer Science Degree?

Interested in pursuing a computer science degree? Read on to learn more about possible career options after graduation.

CTU Faculty Member Presents at 4th Annual Cyber Security Training Forum

CTU’s Program Director for Computer Science, Bruce Harmon, Ph.D., recently presented at the 4th Annual Cyber Security Training Forum in Colorado Springs.

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