Carroll College, Helena Montana

Professions in Computer Science

Career Opportunities

If you are looking to find your future career in Computer Science then you have come to the right spot. Here we have many great websites to help you get started in your search for the right career. If you need additional help feel free to stop by the Career and Testing Services where our staff can help you with resumes, interview tips, or just finding the right career for you.

Career Websites:

Careers in Animation:

Looking for an internship in computer science? Then check out our Computer Science Internship Website



Career Services has a couple computers exclusively for student career exploration activities, including several career inventories online not available from other computer terminals.




Side Note:

Occupations may require additional education and/or experience.

Following are some job titles that are accessible to Computer Science Majors:

Air Traffic Controller
Applications Programmer
Applied Science Technologist
Artificial Intelligence Programmer
Computer Consultant
Computer Engineer
Computer Facilities Manager
Computer Programmer
Computer Scientist
Computer-Aided Design Technician
Consumer Loan/Credit Officer
Contract Administrator
Cost Estimator/Analyst
Data Control Administrator
Data Processing Manager
Database Manager
Engineering Lab Technician
Environmental Technologist
External Auditor
Financial Auditor
Financial Consultant
Financial Manager
Market Research Analyst
Computer Installation and Testing Manager
Computer Marketing/Sales Representative
Commodity Manager
Compensation/Benefits Administrator
Banking/Credit/Investment Manager
Operations Analyst
Pollution Meteorologist
Production Support Specialist
Public Health Statistician
Purchasing/Contract Agent
Quality Assurance Analyst
Rate Analyst
Research Analyst
Risk & Insurance Specialist
Robotics Programmer
Satellite Communications Specialist
Software Development Engineer
Software Engineer
Software Support Specialist
Systems Analyst
Systems Engineer
Systems Programmer
Teacher: Computer Science
Network Programmer
Technical Support Representative
Transportation Planner Specialist

Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology

For over 50 years, the Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology (CPST) has collected, analyzed and disseminated the latest data and information on the education and employment of scientists and engineers. We focus on issues relating to the workforce, salaries, women and minorities, education, and federal agency activities in science, engineering and technology. CPST's members include leading professional societies, non-profit organizations, corporate partners, academic institutions and individuals.

For more information about membership or our publications and services, please visit our website today at or call (202) 326-7080.