Computer programming is a field as old as computers. The job sector is full of diversified workers who specialize in specific computer languages or problems, but others apply a broad knowledge of computer programming languages and are able to solve problems across different platforms, operating systems, and applications. Computer programmers may spend all their time working on a single mobile app or creating wholly new operating systems. To launch a career in computer programming, you'll need to know at least one programming language, but ideally, you'll have a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer information systems, management information systems, or some other technologically oriented field.Search Computer Science Programs
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