Engineering and Computer Science Articles
If you’re considering pursuing an engineering or computer science degree, Colorado Technical University’s engineering and computer science articles may be able to offer up some practical information and insight as you weigh various options. You might have questions about the different engineering and computer science degree paths out there. Or perhaps you’re a seasoned professional who knows what career path you’d like to pursue but still have questions about the advantages of pursuing a computer science degree or engineering degree program. Our informative engineering and computer science articles may be able to shed some light on these questions.
Our computer science and engineering articles might also be of interest to current students. Computer science majors working toward their degree may be trying to figure out what career paths they’d like to pursue after graduation, and reading about different computer science career paths could be one step in the decision-making process. Likewise, students in our computer and electrical engineering degree programs might be wondering what characteristics and skills engineers need to possess so that they can then work on developing these traits themselves, and our blog conveniently addresses topics like this, too.
Check out the following CTU engineering and computer science articles:
- Computer Careers: Choosing the Right Computer Science Career Path for You
- Cyber Crime, Cyber Espionage, and Cyber Sabotage
- What Is Computer Programming, and How Can You Become a Computer Programmer?
- What Is Software Engineering? How Do You Become a Software Engineer?
- What to Expect—Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering
CTU’s Computer Science and Engineering Programs
Colorado Technical University offers computer science degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels and engineering degree programs at the associate and bachelor’s levels. Our on-campus and online computer science degree programs are designed to offer the flexibility many busy adults are looking for, and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree programs at our Colorado Springs Campus are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org).
Benefits of CTU’s On-Campus and Online Degree Programs
CTU knows your time is valuable, which is why we offer options that allow you to focus on your classes when it’s most convenient for you. Engineering and computer science majors in our undergraduate programs have the option to take various CTU Fast Track™ exams,1 which are designed to test your knowledge of key course objectives so that you have an opportunity to earn college credit for what you already know. Additionally, CTU Mobile can allow you to access your courses, assignments, academic progress, and more, wherever you have an Internet connection. Further, it may be possible to graduate sooner than you think by creating successful Experiential Learning Portfolios (ELPs), transferring-in up to 75 percent of your degree program’s credit requirements, and/or taking advantage of military education benefits.2
If what you read in our computer science and engineering articles sparks your interest, then learn more about CTU’s computer science and engineering degree programs.
1. The ability to reduce time in school and/or reduce tuition depends on the number of CTU Fast Track™ exams successfully passed. Fast Track program credits are unlikely to transfer. Not all programs are eligible for possible 30% reduction in time and money. Courses eligible subject to change.
2. Transfer credit is evaluated on an individual basis. Not all credits are eligible to transfer. See the University Catalog for transfer credit policies.
CTU cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement. Not all programs are available to residents of all states.