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Teaching Area(s): Computer Science and MPSD

Mount Union has much better computing facilities than other private schools our size. The administration has maintained a commitment to keep our computer labs up to date with equipment and software that allows us to offer course content that applies directly to practices and skills used in the real world.


Our rapidly changing, technological world demands innovative minds that are highly trained and grounded in theory to work in the field of computer science. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics  (BLS) predicts that employment in this field will grow by 24 percent over the next decade, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. The demand for increasingly sophisticated technologies will drive this demand, as will the rapid growth in computer systems design and related software sectors, that BLS projects to be among the fastest growing industries in the U.S. economy.

Mount Union's combination of computer science and liberal arts is recognized by business and industry as excellent preparation for a variety of computer and data processing positions. As a major, you will be prepared for meaningful work in a number of areas.

Beacon Hill Technologies
National Interstate
Hewlett Packard
U.S. Geological Survey
Hughes Aircraft
Babcock & Wilcox
Diebold, Inc.
The Timken Company
U.S. Department of Defense
Progressive Insurance
FirstEnergy Corp.

University of Washington
University of Pittsburgh
Kent State University
Case Western Reserve University
Florida State University
University of Illinois
University of Michigan
The Ohio State University
University of North Carolina

Systems programming
Network administration
Computational science

100% of Computer Science majors from the classes of 2012-2014 were able to start a degree-required career or were accepted to graduate school within 6 months of graduation. (from a survey with 100% self-reporting)
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